[GRASSLIST:3341] Archaeology - was Re: help

Markus Neteler neteler at itc.it
Tue May 4 04:35:12 EDT 2004

On Mon, May 03, 2004 at 11:56:07AM -0600, Steve Sherman wrote:
> 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.

If you are interested, here is a presentation from:

 CAA 2004, http://www.caa2004.org
 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods to Archaeology Conference,
 Prato, Italy, on 13-17 April 2004
 A. Bezzi, L. Bezzi, D. Francisci, R. Gietl, 2004:
 Open Source applications in Archaeology
The presentation shows a set of tools auch as
 - R-stats
 - GPSdrive
 - Gimp
 - mySQL 
 - Scanalyze
 - Stereo [1]
 - Blender
 - Povray
 - Varkon
 - PostgreSQL
 - Weka, Salstat, Scilab, and Xgobi
 - MapServer + MapLab

[1] new tutorial in preparation


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