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Supporting data and code from selected publications and projects from the Locomotion in Mechanical and Biological Systems (LIMBS) Laboratory, studying problems in neuromechanics, locomotion, control theory, system identification, and medical robotics. Director: Noah J. Cowan, Ph.D.
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Apr 29, 2019
Uyanik, Ismail; Stamper, Sarah A.; Cowan, Noah J.; Fortune, Eric S., 2019, "Data and software associated with publication "Sensory Cues Modulate Smooth Pursuit and Active Sensing Movements"", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/C6MCOX, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
This project includes data from experiments conducted with weakly electric fish Eigenmannia virescens while tracking a moving refuge. In this project we studied how the sensory cues in the environment modulate the smooth pursuit and active sensing movements of Eigenmannia. To exa...
Nov 12, 2018
Biswas, Debojyoti; Arend, Luke A.; Stamper, Sarah A.; Vagvolgyi, Balazs P.; Fortune, Eric S.; Cowan, Noah J., 2018, "Data and software associated with publication "Closed-Loop Control of Active Sensing Movements Regulates Sensory Slip”", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/DX9DL8, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V2
This project includes datasets of experiments conducted with weakly electric fish Eigenmannia virescens while tracking a moving refuge. In this project we studied how the reafferent feedback shapes the active movement of E. viresecens. To test this, we created a novel experimenta...
Aug 3, 2018
Zimmet, Amanda M.; Cowan, Noah J.; Bastian, A. J., 2018, "Data from: Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Do Not Benefit from Limb Weights", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/AYTUVI, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V3
Data associated with the publication: Zimmet, Amanda M., Cowan, N. J., and Bastian, A. J. (2018). Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Do Not Benefit from Limb Weights. Cerebellum. Contains code and data, written in MATLAB version 9.1.0.441655. All of the data was collected from the K...
Sep 19, 2017
Madhav, Manu S.; Jayakumar, Ravikrishnan P.; Demir, Alican; Stamper, Sarah A.; Fortune, Eric S.; Cowan, Noah J., 2017, "Data and software associated with publication "High-resolution behavioral mapping of electric fishes in Amazonian habitats"", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1/XTSKOW, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V1
This project includes datasets with recordings of weakly electric fish Eigenmannia virescens using grids of spatially distributed electrodes. These were collected in the LIMBS laboratory at JHU in 2014, and at the Terra Ronca cave in Brazil in 2016. The project also includes code...
May 31, 2016
Sutton, Erin E.; Demir, Alican; Stamper, Sarah A.; Fortune, Eric S.; Cowan, Noah J., 2016, "Data associated with publication "Dynamic modulation of visual and electrosensory gains for locomotor control"", https://doi.org/10.7281/T1D798BQ, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V3
Data files and source code associated with the statistical methods and plots from the publication. From the publication abstract: Animal nervous systems resolve sensory conflict for the control of movement. For example, the glass knifefish, Eigenmannia virescens, relies on visual...
Aug 24, 2015
Ankarali, M. M.; Long, A.; Bastian, A. J.; Cowan, N.J., 2015, "Data associated with publication “Walking dynamics are symmetric (enough)”", https://doi.org/10.7281/T15Q4T12, Johns Hopkins University Data Archive, V5
Data files and source code associated with the statistical methods and plots from the publication. From the publication abstract: Many biological phenomena such as locomotion, circadian cycles and breathing are rhythmic in nature and can be modelled as rhythmic dynamical systems....
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