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From the Auditory Neuroscience Lab at Boston University, a set of tools to analyze and interpret auditory steady-state responses, particularly the subcortical kind commonly known as frequency-following responses (FFRs). In particular, the package provides code for multitaper-analysis of spectra and phase locking along with complex-principal component analysis of phase-locking for multichannel FFRs. The manuscript describing the complex-PCA method to extract FFRs from multichannel recordings is Bharadwaj & Shinn-Cunningham (2014). Support for “bootstrapping” any of the included functions is also available. The code repository lives on github. See the Introduction page for instructions to obtain your copy. A pdf version of the latest documentation can be found here.

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