Read the publications from the Echoview user community for July.
Echoview 10’s Code operator: using Python® scripts to subsample data (and other Code operator examples)
The recent article “Don’t work too hard: Subsampling leads to efficient analysis of large acoustic datasets” (Levine and De Robertis, 2019) demonstrates the potential value of subsampling to improve data processing efficiency. The authors of this article used MATLAB® to write new data files that contained only subsampled pings, but the new Code operator now makes this technique fast and easy to implement entirely within Echoview.
Keyboard shortcuts save you time. Our printable "cheat sheet" makes it easy to see the keyboard shortcuts that are available in Echoview.
An Echoview training course will provide you with the skills to understand your single-beam and/or multibeam echosounder data, and to process it efficiently using Echoview.
The next year of Echoview training courses have been scheduled, and we now offer training courses at two levels:
For those with an interest in passive acoustics, the Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) of the University of Miami invites applicants for a Research Associate II position in Marine Biology and Fisheries.