Quantitative Analysis in Archaeology introduces the application of quantitative methods in archaeology. It outlines conceptual and statistical principles, illustrates their application, and provides problem sets for practice. * Discusses both methodological frameworks and quantitative methods of archaeological analysis * Presents statistical material in a clear and straightforward manner ideal for students and professionals in the field * Includes illustrative problem sets and practice exercises in each chapter that reinforce practical application of quantitative analysis
Todd L. VanPool is Assistant Professor at the Department of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia. He is the co-author with Christine S. VanPool of Signs of the Casas Grandes Shamans (2007), Religion in the Prehispanic Southwest (2006) and Essential Tensions in Archaeological Method and Theory (2003). Robert D. Leonard is retired from the Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, where he taught for 17 years. He is currently the co-owner and a project director of Human Inquiry, a consulting firm that uses an interdisciplinary anthropological approach to help improve building designs.
Robert D. Leonard, Todd L. VanPool
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