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David Ottenheimer 1 year ago
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-# Required fields
-# The main researchers involved working on the resource,
-# or the authors of the publication in priority order.
-# May be a corporate/institutional or personal name.
-# Include digital identifier (e.g., ORCID) if possible
 authors:
   -
-    firstname: "David"
-    lastname: "Ottenheimer"
-    affiliation: "Johns Hopkins University"
-    id: "0000-0003-4882-1898"
+    firstname: David
+    lastname: Ottenheimer
+    affiliation: 'Johns Hopkins University'
+    id: 0000-0003-4882-1898
   -
-    firstname: "Jocelyn M"
-    lastname: "Richard"
-    affiliation: "University of Minnesota"
-    id: "0000-0001-5750-0418"
+    firstname: 'Jocelyn M'
+    lastname: Richard
+    affiliation: 'University of Minnesota'
+    id: 0000-0001-5750-0418
   -
-    firstname: "Patricia H"
-    lastname: "Janak"
-    affiliation: "Johns Hopkins University"
-    id: "0000-0002-3333-9049"
-
-# A name or title to describe the published resource.
-title: "Nucleus accumbens and ventral pallidum single-unit recordings from rats performing a reward processing task"
-
-# Any additional information. It is best practice to supply a description for the resource.
-description: |
-  This is a dataset from our Nature Communications paper: Ventral pallidum
-  encodes relative reward value earlier and more robustly than nucleus accumbens.
-  It contains in vivo single unit data recorded with electrode bundles in
-  nucleus accumbens and ventral pallidum as well as the corresponding behavioral
-  data from rats performing a task in which they acquire sucrose and maltodextrin
-  rewards. It also contains the code to analyze the data and produce the figures
-  from our paper.
-
-# List of keywords the resource should be associated with.
+    firstname: 'Patricia H'
+    lastname: Janak
+    affiliation: 'Johns Hopkins University'
+    id: 0000-0002-3333-9049
+title: 'Nucleus accumbens and ventral pallidum single-unit recordings from rats performing a reward processing task'
+description: 'This is a dataset from our Nature Communications paper: Ventral pallidum encodes relative reward value earlier and more robustly than nucleus accumbens. It contains in vivo single unit data recorded with electrode bundles in nucleus accumbens and ventral pallidum as well as the corresponding behavioral data from rats performing a task in which they acquire sucrose and maltodextrin rewards. It also contains the code to analyze the data and produce the figures from our paper.'
 keywords:
   - Neuroscience
   - Electrophysiology
-  - Basal ganglia
-  - Ventral pallidum
-  - Nucleus accumbens
-  - Reward processing
-
-# Any rights information for this resource. Please provide both a license name and a link to the license.
-# Please add also a LICENSE file to the repository
+  - 'Basal ganglia'
+  - 'Ventral pallidum'
+  - 'Nucleus accumbens'
+  - 'Reward processing'
 license:
-  name: "Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication"
-  url: "https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/"
-
-## Optional Fields
-
-# Any funding reference for this resource. Separate funder name and grant number by comma
+  name: 'Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication'
+  url: 'https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/'
 funding:
-  - "NIH, 5 T32 NS91018-17"
-  - "NIH, K99 AA025384"
-  - "NIH, R01 DA035943"
-  - "NARSAD, Young Investigator Award"
-  - "NSF, DGE-1746891"
-  
-# Related publications. reftype might be: IsCitedBy, IsSupplementTo, IsReferencedBy, IsPartOf
-# for further valid types see https://schema.datacite.org/meta/kernel-4
-# Please provide digital identifier (e.g., DOI) if possible.
+  - 'NIH, 5 T32 NS91018-17'
+  - 'NIH, K99 AA025384'
+  - 'NIH, R01 DA035943'
+  - 'NARSAD, Young Investigator Award'
+  - 'NSF, DGE-1746891'
 references:
-
   -
-    reftype: "IsPartOf"
-    name: "Ventral pallidum encodes relative reward value earlier and more robustly than nucleus accumbens"
-
-# Type of the data in this repository (Dataset, Model, Software, Other see
-# https://schema.datacite.org/meta/kernel-4.1/doc/DataCite-MetadataKernel_v4.1.pdf
-# for examples
+    reftype: IsPartOf
+    name: 'Ventral pallidum encodes relative reward value earlier and more robustly than nucleus accumbens'
 dtype: Dataset