[GRASSLIST:3336] Re: help

Steve Sherman ssherman at cemml.colostate.edu
Mon May 3 13:56:07 EDT 2004

Not off hand, but I am in the same exact situation as you...with the 
exception of the dissertation part. I am new to GRASS and Linux and I am 
an archaeologist working on setting up a coherent and functioning 
system. I'm am anxious to see if anyone has a good answer to you question.


Chet Walker wrote:

> Hello.
> I am new to GRASS, GIS and UNIX . . . . as you would expect i'm having 
> learning curve issues.  I'm trying to use grass for my dissertation 
> that entails very basic things like plotting several different types 
> of archaeological materials as well as a bit more advanced issues such 
> as plotting and processing geophysical data (collected with a 
> magnetometer and conductivity meter).  I have read Neteler and 
> Mitasova's book on GRASS and consulted several online tutorials and 
> faq's.  Does any one happen to know of a tutorial or faq specifically 
> targeted for archaeologists or perhaps know of a general introduction 
> course on GRASS?
> Thank you much,
> Chet Walker
> ________________________________________
> Chet Walker     312.857.7629
> Research Assistant
> Department of African and Amerindian Art
> The Art Institute of Chicago

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