|Subject:||Re: >spectro(2018): best R spectrogram contest -- deadline extended up to 01/10/18|
|From:||Jérôme SUEUR <>|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Sep 2018 10:29:26 +0000|
The deadline to submit your code, sound and image has been extended up to the 1st of October.
De: "Jérôme SUEUR" <>
Envoyé: Mercredi 27 Juin 2018 13:50:23
Objet: >spectro(2018): best R spectrogram contest
-- sorry for cross-posting --
It is my pleasure to announce the contest >spectro(2018), a friendly and informal contest for the best spectrogram generated with R code.
The spectrogram is a 2D/3D key visualisation tool for bioacoustics, ecoacoustics and other sound related disciplines. The spectrogram is not only useful for science, it can also be a nice graphical object with delicate shapes and colours.
But overall, the idea is to join science, fun, and maybe the arts!
Here are some information about the organization of the contest:
. deadline : 15 September 2018
. application: a single submission per candidate; send wav sound + R code + png image to with the email title ">spectro(2018)"
. sound: .wav file / no limits, any recording (animal, habitat, voice, music, etc) or synthetic sound built with R
. code: .r file / only within R language, any package but no call to external software, the code should be fully repeatable
. image: static .png file / no limits in the choice of colour and size but should be readable on a web page
. rights: you accept that your material appears on seewave webpage
. international voting committee: Fanny Rybak (France), Nadia Pieretti (Italy), Susan Fuller (Australia), Stefanie LaZerte (Canada), Tess Gridley (South Africa). publication of the results: October-November 2018
. prize: 1 printed sample of the book Sound analysis and synthesis with R for the winner, 1 electronic version of the same book for the second and the third, kindly offered by Springer, Berlin
Have fun and good luck!
Institut Systematique Evolution Biodiversite (ISYEB) & Ecole Doctorale 227
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