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 If at some point you want to construct a ''​tsd''​ variable yourself, you can do ''​help tsd''​ to see how. The ''​tsd()''​ function is a //​constructor//​ for variables of type ''​tsd''​. ''​LoadCSC()''​ calls this function to create an empty ''​tsd''​ template, and then fills it with data loaded from ''​.ncs''​ files; you can check if the result meets the specification by calling ''​CheckTSD()''​. If at some point you want to construct a ''​tsd''​ variable yourself, you can do ''​help tsd''​ to see how. The ''​tsd()''​ function is a //​constructor//​ for variables of type ''​tsd''​. ''​LoadCSC()''​ calls this function to create an empty ''​tsd''​ template, and then fills it with data loaded from ''​.ncs''​ files; you can check if the result meets the specification by calling ''​CheckTSD()''​.
  
-There are a number of functions that work with ''​tsd''​ data: some of these can be found in the tsd [[https://​github.com/​mvdm/​neuraldata-w16/​tree/​master/​shared/​datatypes/​tsd | folder]] in the %%GitHub%% repository. Two other important ones you will meet in this module are ''​restrict()''​ and ''​getd()''​ (which also work on other data types, below).+There are a number of functions that work with ''​tsd''​ data: some of these can be found in the tsd [[https://​github.com/​mvdm/​nsb2017/​tree/​master/​shared/​datatypes/​tsd | folder]] in the %%GitHub%% repository. Two other important ones you will meet in this module are ''​restrict()''​ and ''​getd()''​ (which also work on other data types, below).
  
 ==== Timestamp (TS) data-type ==== ==== Timestamp (TS) data-type ====
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 ☛ How many spikes did the second neuron emit in this session? ☛ How many spikes did the second neuron emit in this session?
  
-As with ''​tsd''​ data above, you can call the ts constructor ''​ts()''​ to start with a template that you can then fill with data if you want to build your own. The ts [[https://​github.com/​mvdm/​neuraldata-w16/​tree/​master/​shared/​datatypes/​ts | folder]] on %%GitHub%% contains some other utility functions that work with timestamp data.+As with ''​tsd''​ data above, you can call the ts constructor ''​ts()''​ to start with a template that you can then fill with data if you want to build your own. The ts [[https://​github.com/​mvdm/​nsb2017/​tree/​master/​shared/​datatypes/​ts | folder]] on %%GitHub%% contains some other utility functions that work with timestamp data. 
 ==== Interval (IV) data-type ==== ==== Interval (IV) data-type ====
  
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