QGIS for Archaeologists – Getting Started

QGIS for Archaeologists – Getting Started

“This guide is aimed at people starting out in archaeological GIS, whether commercial companies looking expand their access to GIS techniques, community groups seeking a means to digitise, interrogate and ultimately publish their excavation data, or students looking for a professional way to present figures for dissertations or thesis and learn the basics of this now ubiquitous technology. For an entirely more comprehensive look at GIS the authors highly recommend visiting the QGIS website [http://www.qgis.org/en/docs/index.html], or alternatively read David Wheatley and Mark Gilling’s Spatial Technology and Archaeology: the Archaeological Applications of GIS”

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