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The retina encodes visual stimuli across light intensities spanning 10-12 orders of magnitude from starlight to sunlight. To accommodate this enormous range, adaptation alters retinal output, changing both the signal and noise among populations of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs). Here we determine how these light level-dependent changes in signal and noise impact decoding of retinal output. In particular, we consider the importance of accounting for noise correlations among RGCs to optimally readdoi:10.1101/2019.12.18.881201 fatcat:hscuruvmpvfkdkgn2ryzwg47yu