I'm searching for Kyma files (and any other recommended materials) for the use of audio to provide perception of data.
A bit more detail if you're interested:
My name is Tom Tolleson and I'm new to the Kyma community. In addition to my desire to use Kyma for sound design, I also work in data science and use many open source tools (ggplot, Shiny, etc.) for data visualization. I'm planning a study of data comprehension with visualization vs. audio representation. The data is data collected for conservation efforts.
There's a fair bit of infomration online regarding the use of audio cues for detecting anomalies in data. However, I've found some papers that Carla Scaletti has articipated in:
There's plenty for me to review. However, if anyone has actively participated in this application of Kyma and has any information that could help guide or suppport me that would be great.
Thanks and regards,