GIS

GIS refers to the software (Geographic Information Systems), as well as the methods and theory (Geographic Information Science), used to manage, present and analyse spatial data. In fact, the vast majority of archaeological information has some kind of locational information associated with it and is therefore often best handled via GIS. At the Institute of Archaeology, we are interested in the full scope of GIS applications, from advanced spatial statistical analysis, to the huge potential of spatial data-sharing online, to the many opportunities for GIS engagement with post-processual theory, to the thorny issues associated with spatial record-keeping for cultural heritage management.

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