PAZC Ceramics Module

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Title
PAZC Ceramics Module
Contributors
VanValkenburgh, Parker (creator)
Crook, Jackson (creator)
Gardner, Jake (creator)
Repetti-Ludlow, Chiara (creator)
Silva, Luiza (creator)
Doi
10.7301/Z01J97ZR
Date Created
2016-09-15
Abstract
These files comprise the Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC) Ceramics module for the FAIMS (Field Acquired Information Management Systems) Mobile Application. Jackson Crook developed XML based on models in the PAZC Excavation module and the FAIMS User to Developer documentation, with help from Chiara Repetti-Ludlow. Jake Gardner and Luiza Silva created many of the illustrations included in the module, while others were adapted from the Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC)'s previous field seasons and Hartmut Tschauner's 2001 PhD dissertation at Harvard University, "Socioeconomic and political organization in the late Prehispanic Lambayeque Sphere, northern North Coast of Peru." See Diagnostic Ceramic Data: Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC) (bdr:785094)
Keywords
Archaeology
Mobile computing
Notes
Funding for this project was provided through an I-TEAM UTRA grant, from Brown University.
FAIMS Project GitHub (github.com/FAIMS).PAZC GitHub (github.com/FAIMS/PAZC) See related publication in Advances in Archaeological Practice (doi.org/10.1017/aap.2018.12)
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Available under a GNU General Public License
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VanValkenburgh, Parker, Crook, Jackson, Gardner, Jake, et al., "PAZC Ceramics Module" (2016). I-Team UTRAs: Interdisciplinary Team Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards, Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z01J97ZR

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