BB.pps – This is a Powerpoint show titled “Glory in the Meetin’ House” that I did as a “brown bag” for our UTK graduate students. It was supposed to give some useful pointers on how (and how not to) give a paper at a meeting. And if you’re curious about the title it comes from an Old-Time tune (click this link for more information), and see http://abcnavigator.free.fr/ to get “AbcNavigator” (abc is a text system for writing music). Old-Time music is my one hobby (see http://ezfolk.com/audio/bands/1084/ ).
MLNI – This is material for the estimation of the “Most Likely Number of Individuals” from commingled human skeletal remains. Currently the page contains two Excel files that can be downloaded.
Paleodemography and age estimation – Reference sample data and some R code
Hazard model in paleodemography – Fun(ctions) in “R” with Crow Creek and Libben
Forensic age estimation – R code, be sure to look at the above link as well
Powerpoint presentation from
AAFS 2004 – This is a presentation from the 2004 AAFS meetings in
Anthropological Demography Short-Course – This course met Mondays at 11:12 in SSH 219, Fall Semester 2003
Rstuff – An untidy repository of some anthropological-type things in “R”
Calculations from Steadman, Adams, and Konigsberg (AJPA 06?) – Mostly “R” code, though there is some fortran source code for a part that “R” doesn’t seem to want to handle.
5phase – This is the Fortran
source code for a Gibbs Sampler analysis of Moundville radiocarbon dates
(Knight, Frankenberg, and
5phaseb – Same as above but with the “uniform span prior.”
Ancient Data and Programs
SAM – This is a self-extracting *.exe file that contains an old program to mirror points around a plane. Can be used to replace missing left/right coordinate data.