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Workshop on good statistical practice in archaeology
On February 9th–10th (morning time in Australia) / February 8th–9th (evening time in the USA time, night time in Europe), the Australian Research Cluster for Archaeological Science will be hosting a workshop on fostering good statistical practice in archaeology. The workshop is aimed specifically for postgraduate students in archaeology.
Day 1 will include talks and Q&A sessions with statistical practitioners.
Day 2 will include demonstrations of R packages useful in archaeology.
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