|Year of Publication:||2013|
|Forfattere:||Riede, K, Jahn, O|
Many papers on computational bioacoustics refer to recordings that are not publicly available. This practice is in stark contrast to other disciplines such as genetics, where deposition of sequences in publicly accessible databases is a prerequisite for publication in peer-reviewed journals.
Further Progress in Computational Bioacoustics needs Open Access and Registry of Sound Files