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Topic: Matlab and Sound Analysis
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Dawn L. Johnson

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Registered: 12/7/04
Matlab and Sound Analysis
Posted: Aug 15, 1996 11:54 PM
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Hello! I am posting to this newsgroup not for an answer to a technical
question (not yet anyway), but in search of others who use Matlab for sound
analysis, especially in the field of BIOACOUSTICS. I am a 2nd -year graduate
student in the Zoology Dept. at the University of Texas at Austin. The
emphasis of my dissertation has become fish acoustic communication and as a
result I am looking around for a rigorous, useful sound analysis program.
I've been slowly making head way with Matlab (due to time constraints on my
part...) and so far am much happier with it than with the supposed
end-all-be-all of SIGNAL. All the sound analysis expertise I have access to
(via my adviser) is with SIGNAL and I am hoping to get in touch with people
who might have pointers and advice with Matlab. Please feel free to email me
at: anabas@mail.utexas.edu

Sincerely,

Dawn Johnson

Zoology Dept.
University of Texas - Austin
Austin, TX 78712-1064
FAX: (512)471-9651
Ph: (512)475-6164

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