File:The-Opponent-Channel-Population-Code-of-Sound-Location-Is-an-Efficient-Representation-of-Natural-pcbi.1004294.s005.oga

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English: Recording of a test sound source (female voice) moving around the recording subject. The recording was used to estimate spatial tuning curves of model units. The sound source circles the recording subject in a clockwise direction.
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Source S5 File from Młynarski W (2015). "The Opponent Channel Population Code of Sound Location Is an Efficient Representation of Natural Binaural Sounds". PLOS Computational Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004294. PMID 25996373. PMC: 4440638.
Author Młynarski W
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