Querying data aggregated in the ARIADNE infrastructure and their spatial analysis in R

The Institute of Archaeology at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno is running a five-day ‘atRium’ training school in computational archaeology covering the essential coding skills in the R programming language, knowledge of archaeological data integrated into the ARIADNE research infrastructure, and fundamental spatial data analysis expertise.

As large amounts of archaeological data have become available, spatial analysis techniques may offer valuable insights into past human behaviour and settlement patterns. The programme is designed to deepen your understanding of computational methods in archaeology, focusing on working in a reproducible manner using the R programming language and environment.

When? 16–20 September 2024
Where? Brno, Czech Republic

The training school is part of a trans-national access scheme provided by the ATRIUM Project, hosted by the Archaeological Information System of the Czech Republic (AIS CR) research infrastructure at the Institute of Archaeology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno

How to apply: https://atrium-research.eu/tna-application-process/