This is a list of example NWB:N files. This is not a comprehensive list and provided as a convenience. Many of the datasets and tools are built and supported by other groups, and are in active development.
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A collection of pre-release example datasets is available for download here:
A version of Frank Lab HC06 dataset from CRCNS.org (see the dataset about page) is available at Bon04.nwb (~4GB). The NWB:N file is created by create_franklab_nwbfile.ipynb. The franklab-nwb-hac repository also contains additional notebooks demonstrating query and analysis of this dataset as well of the ecephys_session_785402239.nwb file from the May, 2019 Allen Institute for Brain Science: pre-release above.
Electrophysiology recordings from hippocampal regions of mice in theta-maze and in open exploration, from Senzai, Yuta, and György Buzsáki. “Physiological properties and behavioral correlates of hippocampal granule cells and mossy cells.” Neuron 93.3 (2017): 691-704.
Data can be found here and is in beta-release (data is correct but file organization may change slightly).
An ongoing DataJoint-NWB interoperability project showcasing data with DataJoint pipeline and exported NWB 2.0 files is presented at DataJoint-NWB-Showcase
This project involves data from 11 published studies from Svoboda Lab (Janelia Research Campus)
Calcium imaging dataset accompanying the paper:
Farzaneh Najafi, Gamaleldin F Elsayed, Robin Cao, Eftychios Pnevmatikakis, Peter E Latham, John Cunningham, Anne K Churchland. “Excitatory and inhibitory subnetworks are equally selective during decision-making and emerge simultaneously during learning” bioRxiv (2018): 354340. The repository for the dataset can be found here
PyNWB generates as part of its test suite a collection of small NWB:N files with synthetic test data. The files generated by the tests are available here