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Fig. S1. Neuronal sensitivity averaged across the 359 neurons with decision-related activity.

Fig. S2. Distributions of optimal window size and optimal window position, obtained when estimating the sensitivity, as a function of the difficulty of the discrimination for the 359 decision-related neurons.

Fig. S3. Coherence between behavioral and neuronal choices averaged across the 359 neurons with decision-related activity.

Fig. S4. Distributions of optimal window size and optimal window position, obtained when calculating the percentage of coherence, as a function of the difficulty of the discrimination for the 359 decision-related neurons.

Fig. S5. Distributions of the percentage of coherence between behavioral and neuronal choices across the population (= 179) for the continuous discrimination and control tasks.

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