The source code for the QUT Ecoacoustics AnalysisPrograms.exe program.
- See the docs for instructions on
- Downloading AnalysisPrograms.exe
- Running the program
- Understanding concepts
- See the Issues list for
- reporting bugs
- requesting new features
- See the Contributing guidelines if you want to
- Compile the code yourself
- Make a contribution
QUT Ecoacoustics Analysis Programs is a software package that can perform a suite of analyses on audio recordings of the environment. Although the analyses are intended for long-duration recordings (1 – 24 hours), in fact they can be performed on any audio file in a format supported by the software. Analysis Programs can:
- calculate of summary and spectral acoustic indices at variable resolutions
- produce long-duration, false-colour, multi-index spectrograms
- calculate critical statistics of annotations downloaded from an Acoustic Workbench
- run various acoustic event recognizers
All the analyses are performed by a single executable file, AnalysisPrograms.exe.
This citation should be used in all publications that use data, concepts, or results generated by AnalysisPrograms.exe or from this code base:
Michael Towsey, Anthony Truskinger, Mark Cottman-Fields, & Paul Roe. (2018, March 5). Ecoacoustics Audio Analysis Software v18.03.0.41 (Version v18.03.0.41). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1188744
Additionally, depending on the analysis that was run, extra work may be required to be cited. Any such additional citations will printed in the console and in the log file.
Weekly versions of AnalysisPrograms.exe are now built automatically at midnight Monday night. You can get copies from the Releases page.
Per-commit (the very latest) builds can be found from the AppVeyor artifacts page.
This project is very old. We've released the full history for the sake of maintainability and transparency. Unfortunately this means all code before our open source release is not open sourced.
In practice this should never be a problem. We never use our old code, except for historical purposes, and you never should need to either. If you do need to use any of this code, just raise an issue and we'll make an exeption for your use case.
Newer code - All commits after 2018-01-30
Older code - All commits before 2018-01-30
All commits before a275d0bc5744ba43096b43de2ef2aee32dc14c18 (2018-01-30T06:38:46Z) are not licensed under an open source license. All rights and copyright are retained, however, the public has permission to view, link to, and cite the code on GitHub.