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Old 02-04-2018, 06:23 AM
XiC XiC is offline
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Hi,

I would like to know how to generate power spectrogram on Raven (A colleague uses the powerspectrum on avisoft.Thatīs where my question comes from.). For example, for an orca call, I am interested in knowing what is the power at different kHz, like where is the peak and where the power ends.)

Let me know if I didnīt make myself clear and happy to explain more. Thanks in advance for your sharing and thoughts!

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Xi
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Old 02-05-2018, 02:41 PM
Michael Pitzrick Michael Pitzrick is offline
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Hi,

I would like to know how to generate power spectrogram on Raven (A colleague uses the powerspectrum on avisoft.Thatīs where my question comes from.). For example, for an orca call, I am interested in knowing what is the power at different kHz, like where is the peak and where the power ends.)

Let me know if I didnīt make myself clear and happy to explain more. Thanks in advance for your sharing and thoughts!

Best,
Xi
Hi Xi,

I think you will find that the "selection spectrum" view in Raven is similar to the "power spectrum" in Avisoft. You may also be interested in the Raven measurement feature, as described in Chapter 6 of the Raven Pro User's Manual, which you can find in the "Help" menu in Raven or at http://www.birds.cornell.edu/brp/rav...sersManual.pdf.

-Mike
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