A data science blog focusing on acoustic ecology and environmental data analysis.

I’m Tristan Louth-Robins, a sound artist, acoustic ecologist and composer. In 2020, I started learning data science with the intention of incorporating it into my acoustic ecology practice as well as explore some of its wider practical applications. You’ll find my social links in the footer, as well as links to my GitHub, artist blog, and so forth.

Latest Posts

Middle Farm update

There’s a couple of posts coming this month and here’s the first one explaining what’s happening (or actually, not happening) with the Middle Farm project. In November 2020, the pilot research at Middle Farm came to a dramatic halt when the deployed AudioMoth encountered the dreaded phenomena of water ingress. On a site visit inContinue reading “Middle Farm update”

Middle Farm Project – Part 2: Towards a project workflow

This post is a companion to the previous instalment. If you haven’t already checked it out, you can find it here. If you don’t feel like reading the previous post, this video I just made provides a basic overview. This blog instalment is intended to introduce the principles of a data science workflow and applyContinue reading “Middle Farm Project – Part 2: Towards a project workflow”

Middle Farm Project – Part 1: An overview

Note: The next couple of posts are intended as a follow-on from the previous post, which provided an overview of the compact acoustic logger made by Open Acoustic Devices, the AudioMoth.  This post, “Middle Farm Avifauna Survey” will be the first in a multi-part series that will explore the AudioMoth in practice: introducing a newContinue reading “Middle Farm Project – Part 1: An overview”


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