You've probably heard quite a lot by now about the new neuroscience data exchange format BOND (Behavioral OpeN Data files), so we thought that you might like to see some code samples over the next few weeks. Here is the basic file header as it appears in HVS Image 2014, which allows any compliant program to recognize your experiment and draw and analyse your experimental data
"filetype":"Behavioral OpeN Data",
"type":"human readable data object",
Next week we'll move on to show how legacy data, maze dimensions, number of arms and calibrations are stored and then on to how the raw data is stored and displayed in the most future-proof, flexible, simple way.