Statistical Analysis

For half a century at least, formal statistical analysis has been a key feature of archaeological research, often mediating between bodies of theory and the complex, partial datasets that archaeologists typically collect in the field, lab or museum. The Institute of Archaeology has a long record of promoting good statistical methods, while at the same time emphasising the need for them to be used to address broader archaeological questions rather than for their own sake. Current Institute staff and students have a particular research emphasis on spatial analysis, multivariate statistics, stochastic modelling, and phylogenetic methods.

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