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RE: [Bioacoustic-monitoring] [Nature Recordists] Re: annotation/labeling

To: Jerome Sueur <>, Douglas Gillespie <>, Peter Shute <>, "" <>, "Charles S. Henry" <>
Subject: RE: [Bioacoustic-monitoring] [Nature Recordists] Re: annotation/labeling of wav files
From: "Liz D. Rowland" <>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:40:24 +0000
We use Raven to mark sounds in the spectrogram by drawing a "selection box" 
around the sound. The start and end time of the box, as well as the low and 
high frequency are saved in a "selection table" which is just a .txt file that 
you can open in Excel for further analysis. You can also add an annotation 
column to the selection table, so you can label the selections, as well as lots 
of other measurements.


-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Jerome Sueur
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 6:04 AM
To: Douglas Gillespie; Peter Shute; ; Charles 
S. Henry
Subject: Re: [Bioacoustic-monitoring] [Nature Recordists] Re: 
annotation/labeling of wav files

I also use Audacity. The labels can be exported in a simple .txt file I can 
import in R and then run a batch analysis with seewave.
The only issue is that audacity does not have a utility to label in the 
frequency domain.
Best regards,

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