File:Taeniopygia guttata song - pone.0025506.s001.oga

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Taeniopygia_guttata_song_-_pone.0025506.s001.oga(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 1.4 s, 71 kbps)

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English: Original Recording of a zebra finch song.
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Source Audio S1 from Blättler F, Hahnloser R (2011). "An Efficient Coding Hypothesis Links Sparsity and Selectivity of Neural Responses". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0025506. PMID 22022405. PMC: 3192758.
Author Blättler F, Hahnloser R
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