Screenshots of our custom software for processing classifications

Throughout this summer, we have been working hard on developing software for us to aggregate all of the classifications our volunteers have made. We request a text file from Zooniverse which contains all of your wonderful classifications!

One member of the Steelpan Vibrations team has been developing a graphical user interface (GUI) for us to use to overlay average ellipse measurements on top of the original images from our project. Below is a screenshot of the GUI which shows the software displaying an unmodified image:


Our software sorts all of the classifications and is able to parse the data to recognize groups of similar ellipses which are marking the same antinode. Then the average ellipse is calculated for each antinode and displayed in the GUI:


You can take a look at our code here:


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