|Subject:||Sound analysis and synthesis with R: book|
|From:||Jérôme SUEUR <>|
|Date:||Tue, 12 Jun 2018 12:59:40 +0000|
- sorry for cross-posting --
A new Springer book entitled "Sound analysis and synthesis with R" is now available as an eBook here, and soon as a "true" book.
The book was written so that anyone who has no knowledge in sound and/or R could read it.
Most of the examples deal with bioacoustics and ecoacoustics.
With the hope this can be useful,
Institut Systematique Evolution Biodiversite (ISYEB) & Ecole Doctorale 227
Museum national d Histoire naturelle
CNRS, Sorbonne Universite, EPHE
45 rue Buffon
75005 Paris | France | + 33 1 40 79 33 98
BOOK Sound analysis and synthesis with R
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