*In situ* gamma spectrometry is a useful technique used by the Luminescence and ESR dating community to improve the representativity of dose rate measurements in the context of gamma dose rate heterogeneities around dated material. This paper …
A Collection of R S4 Classes that Represent Archaeological Data.
Dose Rate Estimation from In-Situ Gamma-Ray Spectrometry Measurements.
Shiny Applications for the R Package gamma.
Colour Schemes for Scientific Data Visualization.
Analysis, Seriation and Visualization of Archaeological Count Data.
*tabula* provides a convenient and reproducible toolkit for analyzing, seriating, and visualizingarchaeological count data, such as artifacts and faunal remains.