(A) Estimated relative locations of all recorded neurons, grouped by cluster, late in learning across A–P and M–L axes. Colored circles represent neurons classified within each cell cluster, whereas black circles are neurons classified to be within other cell clusters. These approximated locations are based on the pixel-to-pixel positions of each neuron in each field of view (FOV), averaged across FOVs. A total of 512 pixels are included across the X and Y axes. (B) Estimated relative locations of all recorded neurons, grouped by cluster, late in learning across the D–V and M–L axes. These approximated locations are based on focal distance in the D–V axis from the bottom of the GRIN lens (anywhere from 0 to 300 µm of objective movement) and pixel-to-pixel positions of each neuron in the M–L axis (including a total of 512 pixels), averaged across FOVs. Histograms along the outside of each axis represent the kernel density estimations (along 10 or fewer bins) for cell locations along each plane, normalized for each cluster. Measurements are not to scale as locations are approximate and relative (see Materials and methods).