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Monday, March 13 • 9:00am - 4:00pm
Network Science and Statistical Techniques for Dealing with Uncertainties in Archaeological Datasets

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Empirical archaeological datasets are rarely complete and introduce sampling and missing data issues into all types of data analyses, including network analyses of archaeological data. Archaeology has a long tradition of dealing with sampling issues and missing data. In addition to applying archaeological techniques for addressing data-related challenges, network science and statistics offer a wide range of approaches to deal explicitly with missing data. Moreover, network analyses of incomplete or uncertain datasets always require tests to explore how robust analytical results are: how much do the unknowns in our dataset affect the certainty of our analytical results? Participants to this workshop will gain hands-on experience with statistical and network science techniques for working with the following challenges: Edge effects and sample size, Known uncertain data, Known missing data, Unknown missing data, and Robustness of network science results to missing data issues

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Monday March 13, 2017 9:00am - 4:00pm
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