Resources published by QUT Ecoacoustics
A collection of tutorials, practicals, and lectures that we've published.
Ecoacoustics: A newly emerged discipline or come of age? Ecoacoustics Congress 2018: Keynote18 Jul 2018 | Michael Towsey
Michael presents his keynote from the 2018 Ecoacoustics Congress asking the question how long can we keep describing ecoacoustics as "new"? When does ecoacoustics stop being "new" and "come of age"?
Using AnalysisPrograms.exe (Practical) Ecoacoustics Congress 2018: Workshop 722 Jun 2018 | Anthony Truskinger, Michael Towsey
This practical will guide you through: downloading a copy of AnalysisPrograms.exe, opening and using a terminal, calculating acoustic indices for your data, and running an acoustic event recognizer on your data.
Long-duration Audio-recordings of the Environment Visualisation & Analysis04 Apr 2016 | Michael Towsey, Anthony Truskinger, Paul Roe
This presentation describes work being done in the Ecoacoustics laboratory at the Queensland University of Technology. An important part of our research is the visualisation, navigation, and analysis of long-duration recordings of the environment.
Ecosounds | Publications | Zoom - Interactive Zooming Spectrograms Demo09 Jul 2015 | Anthony Truskinger, Michael Towsey
An acoustic day in the life of the Australian bush as revealed in a series of zoomable false-color spectrograms. This is a prototype user-interface designed to test the concept of zoomable false-color spectrograms.