Using sonification for data analysis is an intensively developing area for scientists working in various fields from astronomy and seismology to psychology (Zwicker and Fastl, 1999; Rubinstein et al., 2007; Last and Gorelik, 2008; Hermann, 2009; Feder, 2012; www.sonification.de; last accessed May 2014). According to popular definition, “Sonification is the use of non‐speech audio to convey information or perceptualize data. Auditory perception has advantages in temporal, amplitude, and frequency resolution that open possibilities as an alternative or complement to visualization techniques” (Wikipedia). The sonification approach is promising in filtering large amounts of...

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