You do not have wav files yet ? Please browse our sample results:
|#Voc||Start time (ms)||Duration (ms)||Min frequency (kHz)||Mean frequency (kHz)||Max frequency (kHz)||Start frequency (kHz)||End frequency (kHz)||Peak frequency (kHz)||Peak power||Mean power||Number of frequency modulation||Number of frequency jump|
The archive contains a mini-offline-website to browse your spectrums, the graphs generated on this page in png and pdf format, the 20x times slowed down wav version of you vocalisation, and a csv file with results per vocalisation.
Your results will be deleted after 1 hour.
We designed this website to help scientists figuring out whether this segmentation and analysis method fulfills their needs.
Mice emit in the ultrasonic frequency range. To get a feeling on your recordings, we provide a wav player to listen to your USVs in the audible frequency range, slowed down 20 times.
Furthermore, the player is synchronized with the spectrogram, to see the current shape of the USV played.
Once your data are processed, you can download your results as a “take-away” !
This includes all the graphs on this webpage in pdf format, slowed down sound file, a table with the acoustic variables extracted for each USV, and even a mini website that you can browse offline to check if the segmentation fulfills your need.
Yes. If your file name contains "pup", the detection will switch to pup mode automatically.
Original data are uploaded and stored on our server during the processing, and they are deleted as soon as processing is over.
The results are stored for one hour so that you can download them.
Yes. You can download and install the software for batch processing.
This purpose of this site is to test the method, and to make it available to everybody. So we limit the size of file to keep our server available. Nevertheless, the desktop version has no size/duration limitation.