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Resource:EarLab

Name: Resource:EarLab
Description: Freely-accessible auditory databases as well as custom designed modeling and data analysis software tools. A fully functional online auditory modeling environment is also available, as well as downloadable models in several languages. The models cover many aspects of auditory function and at many different levels of detail ranging from multi-compartment celluar models to high-level abstractions of large portions of the auditory pathway. Currently a few models are available that can be run online and others are available for downloading.

EarLab also provides custom cross-platform software for creating your own distributed auditory modeling environment, as well as software for analyzing the results from experimentation. A database of auditory modules is available for online use or download for the distributed auditory modeling environment, as well as instructions and specifications for creating your own modules. All these databases and custom software tools can be used in a wide variety of hearing research applications.

This unique resource provides a wealth of information on auditory processing in humans and other animals. Mathematical models are also provided.
Other Name(s): EarLab at Boston University, EarLab: A Digital Warehouse of Auditory Models and Data, EarLab (at) Boston University, EarLab: A Digital Warehouse of Auditory Models Data, EarLab: A Virtual Hearing Laboratory
Abbreviation: EarLab
Parent Organization: Boston University; Massachusetts; USA
Supporting Agency: NIMH, NIDCD
Resource Type(s): Database, Software application, Audio track, Data analysis service
Resource: Resource
URL: http://earlab.bu.edu/
*Id: nif-0000-00101
Related application: Research
Availability: Freely accessible
Address: Hearing Research Center, Boston University, Boston, MA 02215
Keywords: Audio, Hearing, Auditory processing, Human, Non-human animal, Model, Ear, Sound, Auditory model, module, cochlea, middle ear, audiogram
Organism: Human, Non-human animal
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Facts about Resource:EarLabRDF feed
AbbrevEarLab  +
AddressHearing Research Center  +, Boston University  +, Boston  +, and MA 02215  +
AvailabilityFreely accessible  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://earlab.bu.edu/  +
DefinitionFreely-accessible auditory databases as we Freely-accessible auditory databases as well as custom designed modeling and data analysis software tools. A fully functional online auditory modeling environment is also available, as well as downloadable models in several languages. The models cover many aspects of auditory function and at many different levels of detail ranging from multi-compartment celluar models to high-level abstractions of large portions of the auditory pathway. Currently a few models are available that can be run online and others are available for downloading.

EarLab also provides custom cross-platform software for creating your own distributed auditory modeling environment, as well as software for analyzing the results from experimentation. A database of auditory modules is available for online use or download for the distributed auditory modeling environment, as well as instructions and specifications for creating your own modules. All these databases and custom software tools can be used in a wide variety of hearing research applications.

This unique resource provides a wealth of information on auditory processing in humans and other animals. Mathematical models are also provided.
ls. Mathematical models are also provided.
ExampleImageEarLab.PNG  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleDatabase  +, Software application  +, Audio track  +, and Data analysis service  +
Idnif-0000-00101  +
Is part ofBoston University; Massachusetts; USA  +
KeywordsAudio  +, Hearing  +, Auditory processing  +, Human  +, Non-human animal  +, Model  +, Ear  +, Sound  +, Auditory model  +, Module  +, Cochlea  +, Middle ear  +, and Audiogram  +
LabelResource:EarLab  +
ModifiedDate11 January 2013  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Related applicationResearch  +
SpeciesHuman  +, and Non-human animal  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNIMH  +, and NIDCD  +
SynonymEarLab at Boston University  +, EarLab: A Digital Warehouse of Auditory Models and Data  +, EarLab (at) Boston University  +, EarLab: A Digital Warehouse of Auditory Models Data  +, and EarLab: A Virtual Hearing Laboratory  +