Guest blog post by bioacoustics PhD student Chloe Malinka, @c_malinka We at Coding for Conservation would like to let you know about a recent publication, authored by researchers from the Marine Bioacoustics lab at Aarhus University, the Sea Mammal Research Unit, the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation, and Ocean Instruments. (A very rough first draft of this paper […]
Category: Environmental Monitoring
JavaFX is dead. Long live JavaFX? (from a science perspective)
JavaFX is a library for producing awesome GUI’s. Here are some examples of it being used in science…. Recently JavaFX has been removed from the main Java release, here’s hoping it’s going to survive and thrive out there in the wild…
Using PAMGuard to track the movements of marine life around a tidal turbine
A review of our recent publication using coding in a conservation context.