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a wavelet-based click detector

Subject: a wavelet-based click detector
From: AguaSonic Acoustics <>
Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 07:31:22 -0800
Dear Bio-Acoustics List,

I am in the final stages in the development of a wavelet-based 'click
detector', intended for the study of odontocete clicks, and especially
those of the Ziphidae.

The general idea is to input a 'wav' file, and output a spreadsheet
with the clicks detected within that recording.

At this time the output indicates the sample length, center of the
click (in sample offset), sample length, maximum waveform amplitude,
et cetera.

Other fields may be added, depending on participant feedback.

If you would like to be part of this 'customer beta', all that is
needed is a short example of the kind of data you are working with ( a
minute or two at 192k, for example).


Mark Fischer

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