Challenges in the analysis of geospatial ‘Big Data’
Dr Chris Green: List of publications
Spatiotemporal modelling of radiocarbon dates using linear regression does not indicate a vector of demic dispersal associated with the earliest Gravettian assemblages in Europe
Mapping Our Heritage: Towards a Sustainable Future for Digital Spatial Information and Technologies in European Archaeological Heritage Management
Broad and Coarse: Modelling Demography, Subsistence and Transportation in Roman England
Cartography and quantum theory: in defence of distribution mapping
The Placing of Early Bronze Age Metalwork Deposits: New Evidence from Scotland
Big questions for large, complex datasets: approaching time and space using composite object assemblages
Mapping the Brexit vote
Understanding the Spatial Patterning of English Archaeology: Modelling Mass Data, 1500 BC to AD 1086
Embracing the Complexities of ‘Big Data’ in Archaeology: the Case of the English Landscape and Identities Project
English Landscapes and Identities. The early medieval landscape: methods and approaches.
Archaeology in broad strokes: collating data for England from 1500 BC to AD 1086.
GIS made easy (and cheap to teach).
It’s about time: temporality and intra-site GIS.
Winding Dali's Clock The Construction of a Fuzzy Temporal-GIS for Archaeology