Date and place: 3 April 2020,
Time: 9:00 – 18:00
Location: University of Groningen
Registration: Online registration via the DAWN website
Credits: 1 for full-day participation, so register for 2 workshops! Don’t forget to bring your own laptop.
A day of workshops on Digital Archaeology at Groningen University, organized by the Digital Archaeology Group and CAA Netherlands/ Flanders Chapter. The sessions are aimed at beginner-level and open to anyone with an interest in Digital Archaeology, i.e. students, university staff and commercial archaeologists
MORNING SESSIONS (10.00 – 13.00)
Q-GIS & DATABASE INTEGRATION
Learn how to combine GIS with databases to create maps and do spatial analyses. Using QGIS, attendees will learn how to import, display and join database information
to spatial elements (points, polygons). (MAX. 50 attendees)
R-CHAEOLOGY – INTRODUCTION TO R
Learn how to use the programming language R for archaeological data. We will show you how to work with the R programming environment and use archaeological datasets to do statistics and create graphs. (MAX. 32 attendees)
LUNCH (13.00 – 14.00)
In order to keep costs to a minimum lunch is not included, but two main university canteens for lunch are available within a 3 min walk. Also, the city centre of Groningen offers ample opportunities for lunch at various price ranges.
AFTERNOON SESSIONS (14.00 – 17.00)
This workshop will be aimed at the workflow of using drone images to convert these to orthophotos and local elevation models (DEM) using photogrammetry. (MAX. 50 attendees)
SPATIAL STATISTICS WITH R – ADVANCED
This workshop will deal with the display and statistical interrogation of spatial data using R. As this is an advanced module, attendees are advised to have followed the intro-
ductory R course (this year or previously). (MAX. 32 attendees)
DRINKS (17.00 – 18.00)
Drinks and snacks!
Please note: all sessions require you to bring your own laptop.