Modular Realignment of Entorhinal Grid Cell Activity as a Basis for Hippocampal Remapping
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- Figure S1: Place network competition was studied on a 16-by-16 grid of inhibitory strength J and threshold λ. Parameter dependence for all measured spatial coding properties is shown (including those shown in Figure 4 of the paper).
- Figure S2: We found high correlations between the rasterized trajectories used throughout the paper and naturalistic random-walk trajectories in the environment defined by the same grid-cell configuration.
- Figure S3: The modular realignments shown in Figure 5 produce differing effects on the distribution of excitatory input strength (measured as the magnitude of the grid-cell population response vector) across the environment.
- Figure S4: For the same data as shown in Figure 6C, which presents just the pair-wise remapping measure, the activity turnover is shown here.
- Figure S5: The remapping and turnover trends for the sample sets based on frequency modules are shown. This is directly analogous to the data for random modules shown in Figure 7A, and is the basis of the comparisons performed in Figure 7B-C.