Links to the Chelonia Ltd. You Tube Training Videos by Nick Tregenza

Videos on this page created and owned by Chelonia Ltd.
Videos on this page created and owned by Chelonia Ltd.

The best place to start:

  1. The scary FPOD app It’s not that bad…
  2. Opening F POD data files A good place to start
  3. F POD data… taking a first wide view of a data file Starting to understand what low time resolution data can tell us

Getting deeper in:

  1. Graphing high resolution data A fast analysis of the clicks on screen
  2. Graphing low resolution data A fast analysis of clicks and trains on screen
  3. Using the Analysis function Another tool that helps assess performance, the effect of filters and much much more
  4. Exploring click characteristics The unfamiliar world of high-resolution time-domain data. You saw it here first!
  5. Fine tuning and saving the F POD display Display tools … and how to go back to see interesting events anywhere in all your many files
  6. Good trains Features of trains from train sources
  7. NBHF clicks Features of clicks from porpoises
  8. Other Cetacean click trains Features of clicks from dolphins

Validation is a key skill:

  1. Recognising soundscapes Storms, waves, chorusing
  2. Validation -Recognising cetacean encounters A very useful skill
  3. Validation- Boat sonars Two videos on this subject
  4. Sonars Boat Sonars part two
  5. Validation – Multipath replicates of clicks A very useful aspect of the data shown in F-POD.exe
  6. Validation – WUTS Weak Unkown Train Sources These strange sources await their entry into the scientific literature
  7. Bad trains Features of false trains created by multiple click sources
  8. Validation – Errors from other species Errors and biases created by one species group affecting the other
  9. Validating FPOD data How to set a chosen number of validation points in a file and look at each

Lots of useful techniques:

  1. Running the KERNO F classifier Some advanced points on using this awesome classifier
  2. File cropping and Time selections Essential skills for a project and detailed questioning of your data
  3. Exploring click bursts A scramble through a jungle trying to pick out unknown species of tall tree
  4. Exporting basic F POD data Every aspect of your data and its classification can be exported!
  5. Detections and Environment Often the first export from a new file – all species groups, temperatures etc
  6. Diel & other graphs Super-fast data analysis in the F-POD app
  7. Marking and editing trains Useful tools
  8. Using click filters Can be the quickest solution to some challenges
  9. Using train filters Find needles in the haystack
  10. Use and sometimes improve the KERNO classifier An example of some exceptionally difficult data and how to handle it
  11. Exploring click characteristics