Archaeology that counts
Archaeoinformatics, computational archaeology and quantitative methods have been a constant and developing branch for the last decades. It comprises different aspects of archaeology and information technology in daily work as well as methodology. Both - the use of the current technology and the methodological implementation in archaeology - have to be developed. This is the aim of our working group ISAAK (Initiative for Statistical Analysis in Archaeology Kiel).
We are archaeologists developing IT solutions and statistical tools in and for our work actively involved in the following institutions:
We offer programs, scripts and functions for data management and interoperability, develop R-packages for different tasks and present tutorials for programs and archaeological tasks. Everything in constant development and freely accessible in our github repository.
Currently we work on this topics:
To see our current portfolio, visit the projects page.