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The Aferlife of Archaeometry; the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Database Project (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Matthew Boulanger. Michael Glascock.

What happens to artifact-sourcing data after a laboratory closes? We provide an update on the ongoing effort to preserve archaeometric data produced between 1968 and 1990 at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Over the past decade, we have located and digitized chemical and contextual data for over 10,000 archaeological specimens analyzed by the laboratory. Our efforts are now turning toward analysis and application of these data, many of which have never been published let alone...

Digital Curation Model for the Chora of Metaponto Publication Series (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jessica Trelogan. Lauren Jackson. Maria Esteva.

The Institute of Classical Archaeology and Texas Advanced Computing Center have developed the distributed curation model illustrated in these graphics, associated with the poster presented at the poster session entitled The Afterlife of Archaeological Information: Use and Reuse of Digital Archaeological Data at the SAA 80th Annual Meeting. The "collection architecture" presented here integrates existing cyberinfrastructure resources at the University of Texas at Austin, along with an automated...

(Poster) Unlocking the data behind the Chora of Metaponto publication series: "on-the-fly" solutions for sharing and archiving an evolving collection (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jessica Trelogan. Lauren Jackson. Maria Esteva.

Archaeological publishing is moving from the traditional model of the print monograph (as the definitive word), to an open and interactive model in which it is expected that primary data and the processes of their collection and interpretation are exposed for the reader to validate, re-use, and reinterpret. Online representation of archaeological data and research, then, must achieve transparency, exposing the relations between field collection and research methods, data objects, metadata, and...

Questioning Data Standards in Zooarchaeology (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah Whitcher Kansa. Eric C. Kansa.

The scholarly community is giving data increasing attention in recent years, and solutions for data management are emerging. However, seeing data management primarily as a matter of compliance means that we face continued data loss, as many datasets enter repositories without adequate description to enable their reuse. Furthermore, because many researchers have little experience reuse of public data, they lack understanding and incentives to consider changes in their own research practices to...

Sharing the CRM Wealth: Creating a Searchable Archaeological Database with GIS (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrew Riddle. Katherine Hull.

This is an abstract from the "Technology in Terrestrial and Underwater Archaeology" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Academic excavations are no longer the driving force behind archaeological research in North America. In the current economy, private cultural resource management firms (and also those based within academic institutions) complete most archaeological field activities. However, the results of these surveys and excavations are often...

Unlocking the data behind the Chora of Metaponto publication series: "on-the-fly" solutions for sharing and archiving an evolving collection
PROJECT Uploaded by: Jessica Trelogan

As archaeological research moves from the traditional model of print publication (as the definitive word), to a larger continuum of interpretation and reinterpretation, access to the supporting data is crucial. To do so, however, adds extra burden on academic units with large legacy collections, publication backlogs, and dwindling budgets. Digital repositories provide a home for static collections, but are not ideal for dynamic collections generated and evolving throughout the research...