Putting It All Together

Apr 10, 2020

Welcome back!

I started out the week by classifying the motor patterns of the wild-type zebrafish. I then went through this classification to write up a data summary that showed the frequencies of each motor pattern for each time we tested (300ms, 500ms, 1000ms, 2000ms).

After I classified the motor patterns, I worked on creating markov models for the data. Markov models are diagrams that illustrate transition probabilities (likelihoods that one motor pattern will come after another motor pattern). I created markov models for each time.

This next week, I will be repeating this process for the Shank3 zebrafish.


4 Replies to “Putting It All Together”

  1. EPittman says:

    Hi Bhavjeet, Thanks for this update on the work you have been doing. I’d love to know more about the application of your research. Perhaps in your next post you might dedicate some space to describing the implications of your research.

    Each time I read your work, this English teacher learns so much!

    1. Bhavjeet S. says:

      Sure. Will do.

  2. Kareena K. says:

    That’s amazing! Could you explain the process of how you create your own markov models and what these diagrams look like?

    1. Bhavjeet S. says:

      Yes. I will explain how I am building to models and include a picture in the next post.

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