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Explains various statistical analysis methods most commonly being used in archaeology: principal component, correspondence, cluster, and discriminant. Concentrates on methods for which software is available, illustrating their use with real data sets. Includes an extensive bibliography. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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M.J. Baxter is Professor Emeritus at Nottingham Trent University, UK.Review:
"There are many things to admire about this book. . . . [T]he treatment of the methods is very solid and to the point. I especially like the way in which Baxter explores their strengths and weaknesses in applied settings. . . . [W]ritten at a level that most archaeologists will find comprehensible." Mark S. Aldenderfer in American Antiquity "[A]n excellent tool and reference for the practicing archaeo-statistician, as well as for the novice who wishes to get acquainted with multivariate statistical methods. In it one obtains practical advice from an experienced practitioner . . . . I like this book and recommend it." Kenneth L Kvamme in Archaeological Computing Newsletter "[A] no-nonsense account of the main multivariate techniques used in archaeology . . . . The style is straightforward and clear, and well in tune with the needs of the reader. . . . The tone is balanced and reasonable . . . . [F]or anyone who analyses multivariate data in archaeology." Clive Orton in Journal of Archaeological Science
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