- Institute for Archaeological Science, Technology, and Visualization
Official site of the CSU Monterey Institute for Archaeological Science, Technology, and Visualization. Site includes informational and instructional materials pertaining to ongoing archaeological, telecommunications, and multimedia projects oriented to the investigation of the archaeology of the California central coast.
Workshop on Archaeology and Computers
The Workshop on Archaeology and Computers was founded in 1996 by the Vienna Research Society on Urban Archaeology, the Urban Archaeology Division of Municipal Department 7 (Cultural Affairs), and Municipal Department 14 (Automated Electronic Data Processing, Information and Communications Technologies). Since then the workshop has been held in Vienna in autumn every year. In addition to archaeologists, the workshop soon attracted experts from many other fields and various countries in Europe, such as computer specialists, public sector representatives from municipal institutions and private sector representatives.
Final thesis project discussing the value of virtual reconstructions within the study of archaeology. By Dylan Nagel.
ENVI Software for Archaeological Study of Ancient Mines
Software for interpreting LIDAR data. Includes summary of test cases.
ArcExplorer GIS Data Viewer
A lightweight GIS data viewer. Freely available software to perform basic GIS functions.
A Harris-Matrix program which runs with Win2000, XP or WinNT.
PhotoModeler: Archaeology Measurement and Modeling Software
Create 3D models and measurements using photographs.
Free TNTlite Archaeological GIS Software
GIS and image analysis software system for archaeologists.
Rediscovery Software Modules
Re:discoverys Archaeology Module provides a complete record-keeping and interpretive research database for artifacts and their original context (site, major site features, excavated opening, and level).
This is an introductory tutorial on using the ARC-INFO GIS. Browse it as lesson or download the files and work through the analysis in ARC-INFO, using this as an on-line tutorial.