The Stochastic Integration Modeling Toolbox has been written by J. Ditterich and provides MATLAB functions for evaluating drift-diffusion and related sequential sampling models.


The link below provides the download for the current version 2.9, released on 2020-03-29.

Stochastic Integration Modeling Toolbox 2.9 (ZIP archive)


The toolbox has been used in the following publications:

Ditterich J (2006) Evidence for time-variant decision making. Eur J Neurosci 24:3628-3641

Ditterich J (2006) Stochastic models of decisions about motion direction: Behavior and physiology. Neural Netw 19:981-1012

Niwa M, Ditterich J (2008) Perceptual Decisions between Multiple Directions of Visual Motion. J Neurosci 28:4435-4445

Ditterich J (2010) A comparison between mechanisms of multi-alternative perceptual decision making: ability to explain human behavior, predictions for neurophysiology, and relationship with decision theory. Front Neurosci 4:184

Perugini A, Ditterich J, Basso MA (2016) Patients with Parkinson's Disease Show Impaired Use of Priors in Conditions of Sensory Uncertainty. Curr Biol 26:1902-1910

Anders UM, McLean CS, Ouyang B, Ditterich J (2017) Perceptual Decisions in the Presence of Relevant and Irrelevant Sensory Evidence. Front Neurosci 11:618


Last modification: 2020-03-29