Background data for "Which Network Model Should I Use?"

Title: Background data for "Which Network Model Should I Use?"
Author(s): Evans, T
Item Type: Dataset
Abstract: Background information, figures and most tables used for:- Evans, T.S. (2014). ‘Which Network Model Should I Use? Towards a Quantitative Comparison of Spatial Network Models in Archaeology’, in T. Brughmans, A. Collar and F. Coward (eds), The Connected Past: challenging networks in archaeology and history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, chapter 8. The files contain the figures and most of the tables used in the paper.  Background information on the programmes used and on their input data also here e.g. the locations of the 40 test sites used in the paper (shown in figure 5). More details about these files are in the file InformationOnFiles.pdf.
Background information, figures and most tables used for:- Evans, T.S. (2014). ‘Which Network Model Should I Use? Towards a Quantitative Comparison of Spatial Network Models in Archaeology’, in T. Brughmans, A. Collar and F. Coward (eds), The Connected Past: challenging networks in archaeology and history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, chapter 8. The files contain the figures and most of the tables used in the paper.  Background information on the programmes used and on their input data also here e.g. the locations of the 40 test sites used in the paper (shown in figure 5). More details about these files are in the file InformationOnFiles.pdf.
Background information, figures and most tables used for:- Evans, T.S. (2014). ‘Which Network Model Should I Use? Towards a Quantitative Comparison of Spatial Network Models in Archaeology’, in T. Brughmans, A. Collar and F. Coward (eds), The Connected Past: challenging networks in archaeology and history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, chapter 8. The files contain the figures and most of the tables used in the paper.  Background information on the programmes used and on their input data also here e.g. the locations of the 40 test sites used in the paper (shown in figure 5). More details about these files are in the file InformationOnFiles.pdf.
Publication Date: 29-Aug-2013
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/30137
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.783864.v1
Keywords: middle bronze age aegean
geographical modelling
archaeology
Complex Networks
Archaeology
Geography
Condensed Matter Physics
middle bronze age aegean
geographical modelling
archaeology
Complex Networks
Archaeology
Geography
Condensed Matter Physics
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