Data from: Koe: Web-based software to classify acoustic units and analyse sequence structure in animal vocalisations

Yukio Fukuzawa, Wesley H. Webb, Michelle M. Roper, Stephen Marsland, Dianne H. Brunton, Andrew Gilman & Matthew D. M. Pawley
1. Classifying acoustic units is often a key step in studying repertoires and sequence structure in animal communication. Manual classification by eye and ear remains the primary method, but new tools and techniques are urgently needed to expedite the process for large, diverse datasets. 2. Here we introduce Koe, an application for classifying and analysing animal vocalisations. Koe offers bulk-labelling of units via interactive ordination plots and unit tables, as well as visualisation and playback,...
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