Every month (hopefully) in this micro-journal, I select a few papers I have read, which I think are interesting for computational or theoretical neuroscience. These are not necessarily theoretical papers, in which case I explain why I think they are interesting for theoretical neuroscience. This is typically a mixture of new papers (including preprints) and old papers. This is of course a very personal selection, around the topics I am especially interested in, including: spike initiation, sensory systems, autonomous behavior.
- You will not find the names of the journals where the papers have appeared (or not), because those are irrelevant and distracting. More context about this micro-journal can be found in this post.
- I link directly to freely accessible pdfs of the papers. If I do not find any, then I do not discuss the paper.
- Suggestions of papers to include: simply add a comment to the last issue, with the link and a small description. I might include it in a future issue of the journal (although it is unlikely - this micro-journal’s acceptance rate is extremely low!).
- I strongly encourage the readers to write comments on PubPeer (anonymous; install their plugin!) or Pubmed Commons (signed). I give direct links to comments for each paper.
Post-publication reviews/comments (Pubmed Commons)