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  • Author:
    Gary Lock,Mike Fletcher
  • ISBN:
    094781633X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0947816339
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University School of Archaeology (December 31, 1994)
  • Pages:
    200 pages
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    Mathematics
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Digging numbers; elementary statistics for archaeologists ( Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, Monograph 33). M Fletcher, GR Lock, GR Lock. Oxford, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, 1991.

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Digging Numbers: Elementary Statistics for Archaeologists, by Mike Fletcher and Gary R. Lock (Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, 1991, 187 pages), applies basic statistical techniques (both traditional and EDA) specifically to archaeology.

Digging Numbers : Elementary Statistics for Archaeologists. by Mike Fletcher and Gary Lock. Still covered in detail are descriptive and inferential techniques with each one worked through by hand on a common data-set, but new is a chapter covering an introduction to multivariate techniques. A new section provides SPSS PC programs designed with the beginner in mind.

This book is designed to get people to try statistics for themselves: the most popular techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics are explained and illustrated with reference to a data set of forty bronze spearheads. The reader is then told how to manipulate the data on a computer with statistical programmes. Now reprinted with corrections.