Table 1:

Statistical table

IdentifierTest usedNumber of observationsp Value
a1Paired signed rank test25 sessions1.2 * 10−5
a2Paired signed rank test25 sessions0.0027
a3Paired signed rank test25 sessions8.9 * 10−4
a4Paired signed rank test25 sessions1.0 * 10−4
a5Paired signed rank test28 sessions3.8 * 10−6
a6Paired signed rank test28 sessions7.3 * 10−6
bOne-sample t test25 sessions3.2 * 10−10
cPaired t test25 sessions0.002
d4Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons25 sessions0.017
d5Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons23 sessions0.0068
d6Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons25 sessions0.017
d14Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons23 sessions0.032
d15Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons27 sessions0.032
d16Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons27 sessions0.058
eOne-sample t test180 cells4.3 * 10−6
fOne-sample t test180 cells0.53
gΧ2 test for association180 cells1.2 * 10−7
hΧ2 test for association180 cells1.4 * 10−5
iPearson's correlation180 cells1.6 * 10−15
jPearson's correlation180 cells3.6 * 10−30
kPearson's correlation180 cells1.6 * 10−26
nOne-sample t test111 cells0.26
qOne-sample signed rank test114 cells0.3
rOne-sample signed rank test54 cells0.043
s1One-sample t test23 sessions1.5 * 10−7
s2One-sample t test25 sessions5.8 * 10−4
s3Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons19 cells1
s4Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons111 cells1
s5Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons114 cells1
s6Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons102 cells0.26
s7Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons102 cells0.049
s8Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons105 cells1
s9Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons114 cells0.67
s10Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons113 cells0.35
s11Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons112 cells1
s12One-sample t test24 sessions5.5 * 10−10
s13One-sample t test26 sessions8.7 * 10−9
s14One-sample t test23 sessions6.7 * 10−6
s15One-sample t test26 sessions8.9 * 10−8
s16One-sample t test26 sessions3.0 * 10−5
s17One-sample t test26 sessions2.9 * 10−8
s18Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons24 cells1
s19Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons55 cells0.021
s20Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons59 cells1
s21Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons52 cells1
s22Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons53 cells1
s23Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons57 cells0.23
s24Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons56 cells1
s25Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons59 cells0.9
s26Paired t test with Holm–Bonferroni correction, 9 comparisons59 cells1
tPearson’s correlation180 cells2.4 * 10−4
uPearson’s correlation180 cells5.9 * 10−4
vPearson’s correlation180 cells7.5 * 10−5
  • Identifiers refer to superscript identifiers in main text or to text identifiers placed within figures. For some tests, the number of sessions or cells used may be less than the total number of sessions or cells in the study. This can occur because data in some pixels in some sessions are removed (set to nan), as a quality control measure (see Materials and Methods).