In article <ytony-220993132719 at med-pharm5.bu.edu>, ytony at acs.bu.edu (Yan
Tony Lee) wrote:
> I am an electrophysiologist who uses an old program called pCLAMP to do
> recordings and anyalysis of them. The software is slow, user-hostile, and
> very difficult to use. Not only that the software stinks, but we use these
> very old IBM-compatibles (286). Howeverm we do have these really cool Macs
> that could
> possibly make things better. Does anybody have any electrophysiology
> software they could recommend that are made for the Mac?
> Also, I am trying to transfer my recordings from my old IBMs to the
> Macs. Is there any public-domain software that allows me to do that?
Two Mac electrophysiology packages I know of are NDAP from Synergistic
Research Systems (301-942-6601) and Pulse Control V3.0, a set Igor XOPs
from the University of Miami (rb at chroma.med.miami.edu). Both packages
use the Instrutech (516-352-3380) ITC-16 data acquisition board.