Within the industry, Plexon is well known for its sophisticated software that operates each system. For current Plexon system customers, this section of the website will become very familiar. You will find installation packages, new upgrades, demonstration files and documentation. Be sure to check back often as new releases are posted here as soon as they become available.
As is customary with the purchase of a Plexon software package, any new release for the purchased software version is available at no charge. Below are the primary categories of software:
Plexon offers several stand-alone software packages that significantly aid in the sorting, modification or analysis of data files.
The most recognized and trusted offline spike sorting software in the industry today, with more than 1,300 publications specifically citing the use of Offline Sorter™ as part of their methods.
A sophisticated neurophysiological data analysis package used to analyze pre-sorted data files offline, or used in real-time that supports professional presentation of the results.
A sophisticated optogenetics program for controlling the PlexBright™ 4 Channel Controller. Radiant™ offers simple to complex signal pattern generation for the operation of both LEDs and lasers. **NEW version now available – Radiant 2.0**
The Plexon program for modifying PLX, PL2 and DDT data files generated by all Plexon data acquisition systems.
Software Development Kits (SDKs) and supporting files for C/C++, MATLAB® and Neuroshare applications.
Software programs described below refer specifically to the system for which it was developed.
The OmniPlex® Neural Data Acquisition Systems rely on two important software programs: PlexControl, which is the main user interface, and OmniPlex Server, known as the system’s “software engine”. Together, they are referred to as the OmniPlex software.
As part of the PlexBright family of integrated products for research incorporating optogenetics, Radiant is a sophisticated program for controlling the PlexBright 4 Channel Controller. Radiant offers simple to complex signal pattern generation for the operation of both LEDs and lasers. **NEW version now available – Radiant 2.0**
A suite of client/server programs - called RASPUTIN - that controls spike sorting in the Multichannel Acquisition Processor (MAP) Data Acquisition System.