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A tool to visualize and annotate events from large acoustic datasets. It is highly configurable and can be used for multipurpose ranging from annotation and classification of individual or batches of signals and evaluation of signal properties to removing false detections and obtaining false positive rates.

The tool has been used mainly to process extensive acoustic datasets of odontocete echolocation clicks and human impulsive noise. It can be used to process any stereotyped impulsive signals such as species-specific acoustic signals or calls from fish, crustaceans, bats, birds, insects, etc.

Download article: "DetEdit: A graphical user interface for annotating and editing events detected in long-term acoustic monitoring data

Get a quick view of the interface at Getting Started, and learn more about How It Works.

See the following links of different scientific research examples that made use of the software:

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