SpikeExtractors attempts to standardize data retrieval rather than data storage. This eliminates the need for shared file formats and allows for the creation of new tools built off of our data retrieval guidelines.

In addition to implementing multi-format I/O for various formats, the framework makes it possible to develop software tools that are agnostic to the underlying formats by working with the standardized python objects (recording and sorting extractors). These include processing routines (filters, sorting algorithms, downstream processing), and visualization widgets. It also provides mechanisms for lazy manipulation of recordings and sortings (concatenation, combination, subset extraction).

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