Download NeuroMatic v3.0o.
Unzip the downloaded file.
You should now have a folder called NeuroMatic
that contains all of NeuroMatic’s procedure files.
Alternatively, you can download NeuroMatic from its
See the README file for instructions on how to contribute to NeuroMatic’s development.
Put the NeuroMatic folder, or its shortcut, in the Igor Procedures folder.
NeuroMatic’s menu should appear within Igor’s top menu bar,
NeuroMatic’s main panel
should appear within Igor and the following text should appear in
the Igor Command Window (Igor Menu/Windows/Command Window):
Initialized NeuroMatic v3.0o
Function Compilation Error: Error in NM_ClampNIDAQmx.ipf: NidaqErrorPrint.
This Igor compile error occurs if the NeuroMatic procedure file NM_ClampNIDAQmx.ipf has been loaded,
but the WaveMetrics
NIDAQ Tools MX
has not been installed on your computer.
If the computer you are using is not being used for data acquisition,
you can remove the NMClamp folder from NeuroMatic’s procedure folder,
or remove NM_ClampNIDAQmx.ipf from the NMClamp folder.
Opening Old Igor Experiments
After opening an Igor experiment that has been saved on a disk,
NeuroMatic will automatically check whether the Igor experiment
contains an older version of NeuroMatic.
If it does, NeuroMatic will execute its Reinitialize function
to update all its parameters.
If you encounter any problem opening an old Igor experiment that contains NeuroMatic,
try updating NeuroMatic
Several NeuroMatic functions have been deprecated.
If you used NeuroMatic functions within your own user-defined functions,
you may encounter a NeuroMatic deprecation alert when you execute your functions.
Most deprecations are not fatal (the deprecated functions call the new functions).
for more information.
Match Template XOP
Clamp Tab For Data Acquisition