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Viewable at the top right of NDA pages, the Filter Cart is a temporary holder for filters and data they select. Filters are added to the Workspace first, before being submitted to The Filter Cart. Data selected by filters in the Filter Cart can be added to a Data Package or an NDA Study from the Data Packaging Page, by clicking the 'Create Data Package / Add Data to Study' button.

The filter cart supports combining multiple filters together, and depending on filter type will use "AND" or "OR"  when combining filters.

Multiple selections from the same filter type will result in those selections being applied with an ‘OR’ condition. For example, if you add an NDA Collection Filter with selections for both collections 2112 and 2563 to an empty Workspace, the subjects from NDA Collection 2112 ‘OR’ NDA Collection 2563 will be added to your Workspace even if a subject is in both NDA Collections. You can then add other NDA Collections to your Workspace which further extends the ‘OR’ condition.

If a different filter type is added to your Workspace, or a filter has already been submitted to the Filter Cart, the operation then performs a logical ‘AND’ operation. This means that given the subjects returned from the first filter, only those subjects that matched the first filter are returned by the second filter (i.e., subjects that satisfied both filters). Note that only the subjects specific to your filter will be added to your Filter Cart and only on data shared with the research community. Other data for those same subjects may exist (i.e., within another NDA Collection, associated with a data structure that was not requested in the query, etc.). So, users should select ‘Find all Subjects Data’ to identify all data for those specific subjects. 

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  • The Filter Cart currently employs basic AND/OR Boolean logic. A single filter may contain multiple selections for that filter type, e.g., a single NDA Study filter might contain NDA Study 1 and NDA Study 2. A subject that is in EITHER 1 OR 2 will be returned.  Adding multiple filters to the cart, regardless of type, will AND the result of each filter.  If NDA Study 1 and NDA Study 2 are added as individual filters, data for a subject will only be selected if the subject is included in  BOTH 1 AND 2.

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  • Once your filter cart contains the subjects of interest, select Create Data Package/Assign to Data Study which will provide options for accessing item level data and/or assigning to a study.  

  • Once queries have been added to your workspace, the next step is to Submit the Filters in the workspace to the Filter Cart.  This process runs the queries selected, saving the results within a filter cart attached to your account.  

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Cry Acoustics

769 Shared Subjects

Brown' Cry Acoustics
Clinical Assessments
Acoustics
01/31/2013
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR* GUID
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY Required field
sex String 20 Required Sex of the subject M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported chi_gen, gender
Query length_1 Float Recommended Utterance 1 Length in frames; frame length = 12.5ms
Query time_ms_1 Float Recommended Long Utterance 1 Length in milliseconds (long utterances defined as >=500ms)
Query inter_utterance_ms_1 Float Recommended Number of milliseconds between eliciting stimulus and the start of this utterance Missing if there was no eliciting stimulus or if timing of the stimulus is unknown
Query num_of_short_utterance_1 Float Recommended Number of short utterances preceding this utterance
Query unvoiced_frames_1 Float Recommended Number of unvoiced frames in this utterance
Query fricative_voiced_segments_1 Float Recommended Number of Fricative Segments in this Utterance
Query percentage_of_fric_frames_1 Float Recommended Percentage of fricative frames in this utterance Percentage_of_Fricative_Frames_1
Query fricative_dominant_label_1 Integer Recommended Identifies if the majority of utterance frames are fricatives, defined as => 60% of frames in fricative 0;1 0 = No; 1 = Yes
Query long_fric_seg_begin_1 Float Recommended Start of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_Beginning_1
Query long_fric_seg_end_1 Float Recommended End of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_End_1
Query pitched_frames_1 Float Recommended Number of typical voiced frames in this utterance
Query pitch_ave_1 Float Recommended Average pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames (Hz)
Query pitch_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames (Hz)
Query hypered_frames_1 Float Recommended Number of hyper-pitched voiced frames for this utterance, defined as pitch (F0) detected at >1,000Hz
Query hyper_ave_1 Float Recommended Average pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_ave_amp_1 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with standard voicing (dB)
Query hyper_ave_amp_1 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with high voicing (dB)
Query fm1_ave_1 Float Recommended Average first formant in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_std_1 Float Recommended Standarad deviation of first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_ave_1 Float Recommended Average second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query optimum_order_1 Float Recommended Optimum order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query practical_order_1 Float Recommended Practical order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query first_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_ave_1 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_max_1 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_min_1 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_std_1 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query length_2 Float Recommended Utterance 2 Length in frames; frame length = 12.5ms
Query time_ms_2 Float Recommended Long Utterance 2 Length in milliseconds (long utterances defined as >=500ms)
Query inter_utterance_ms_2 Float Recommended Number of milliseconds between the end of the previous utterance and the start of this utterance
Query num_of_short_utterance_2 Float Recommended Number of short utterances preceding this utterance (i.e., number of short utterances between utterances)
Query unvoiced_frames_2 Float Recommended Number of unvoiced frames in this utterance
Query fricative_voiced_segments_2 Float Recommended Number of Fricative Segments in this Utterance
Query percentage_of_fric_frames_2 Float Recommended Percentage of fricative frames in this utterance Percentage_of_Fricative_Frames_2
Query fricative_dominant_label_2 Float Recommended Identifies if the majority of utterance frames are fricatives, defined as => 60% of frames in fricative
Query long_fric_seg_begin_2 Float Recommended Start of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_Beginning_2
Query long_fric_seg_end_2 Float Recommended End of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_End_2
Query pitched_frames_2 Float Recommended Number of typical voiced frames in this utterance
Query pitch_ave_2 Float Recommended Average pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames (Hz)
Query pitch_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames (Hz)
Query hypered_frames_2 Float Recommended Number of hyper-pitched voiced frames for this utterance, defined as pitch (F0) detected at >1,000Hz
Query hyper_ave_2 Float Recommended Average pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_ave_amp_2 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with standard voicing (dB)
Query hyper_ave_amp_2 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with high voicing (dB)
Query fm1_ave_2 Float Recommended Average first formant in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_std_2 Float Recommended Standarad deviation of first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_ave_2 Float Recommended Average second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query optimum_order_2 Float Recommended Optimum order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query practical_order_2 Float Recommended Practical order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query first_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_ave_2 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_max_2 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_min_2 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_std_2 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query length_3 Float Recommended Long Utterance 3 Length in frames; frame length = 12.5ms
Query time_ms_3 Float Recommended Long Utterance 3 Length in milliseconds (long utterances defined as >=500ms)
Query inter_utterance_ms_3 Float Recommended Number of milliseconds between the end of the previous utterance and the start of this utterance
Query num_of_short_utterance_3 Float Recommended Number of short utterances preceding this utterance (i.e., number of short utterances between utterances)
Query unvoiced_frames_3 Float Recommended Number of unvoiced frames in this utterance
Query fricative_voiced_segments_3 Float Recommended Number of Fricative Segments in this Utterance
Query percentage_of_fric_frames_3 Float Recommended Percentage of fricative frames in this utterance Percentage_of_Fricative_Frames_3
Query fricative_dominant_label_3 Float Recommended Identifies if the majority of utterance frames are fricatives, defined as => 60% of frames in fricative
Query long_fric_seg_begin_3 Float Recommended Start of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_Beginning_3
Query long_fric_seg_end_3 Float Recommended End of longest segment of continguous fricative segment for this utterance Long_Fricative_Segment_End_3
Query pitched_frames_3 Float Recommended Number of typical voiced frames in this utterance
Query pitch_ave_3 Float Recommended Average pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum pitch (F0) of typical pitched frames (Hz)
Query pitch_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of pitch (F0) of typical voiced frames (Hz)
Query hypered_frames_3 Float Recommended Number of hyper-pitched voiced frames for this utterance, defined as pitch (F0) detected at >1,000Hz
Query hyper_ave_3 Float Recommended Average pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum pitch of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query hyper_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of hyper-pitched frames in this utterance (Hz)
Query pitch_ave_amp_3 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with standard voicing (dB)
Query hyper_ave_amp_3 Float Recommended Average amplitude of frames with high voicing (dB)
Query fm1_ave_3 Float Recommended Average first formant in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm1_std_3 Float Recommended Standarad deviation of first formant (F1) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_ave_3 Float Recommended Average second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query fm2_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of second formant (F2) in this utterance (Hz)
Query optimum_order_3 Float Recommended Optimum order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query practical_order_3 Float Recommended Practical order of complexity of the polynomial to fit the variation in pitch/F0 in this utterance
Query energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of loudness of this cry utterance (dB)
Query first_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query first_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query second_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0-0.5 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query third_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 0.5-1 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fourth_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 1-2.5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query fifth_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 2.5-5 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_ave_3 Float Recommended Average energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_max_3 Float Recommended Maximum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_min_3 Float Recommended Minimum energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
Query sixth_energy_std_3 Float Recommended Standard deviation of energy or loudness for this utterance in 5-10 kHz range (dB)
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