debruijn – De Bruijn cycle generator

Stimulus counter-balance is important for many experimental designs. This command-line software creates De Bruijn cycles, which are pseudo-random sequences with arbitrary levels of counterbalance. “Path-guided” de Bruijn cycles may also be created. These sequences encode a hypothesized neural modulation at specified temporal frequencies, and have enhanced detection power for BOLD fMRI experiments.

Reference:
GK Aguirre, MG Mattar, L Magis-Weinberg (2011). de Bruijn cycles for neural decoding. *NeuroImage 56: 1293-1300, *, . [Abstract] [DOI]
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