Selected references on digital archiving and management of archaeological data

  • Bernard L. 2019.Ten Years of ArkeoGIS: Feedback on the Challenges and Benefits of Digitally Sharing Archeological Data”, Workshop #2 DARIAH-CH, 2019, Neuchâtel, Switzerland. hal-02865759
  • European Archaeological Council. 2024. Revisiting the Valletta Convention for the Digital Age: Position statement on archiving primary archaeological data (EAC Guidelines 6). doi: 10.5281/zenodo.10695890
  • Garstki, K. (ed.) 2022. Critical Archaeology in the Digital Age. Los Angeles, UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press. https://escholarship.org/uc/item/0vh9t9jq
  • Gupta, N., S. Blair, R. Nicholas. 2020.What We See, What We Don’t See: Data Governance, Archaeological Spatial Databases and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in an Age of Big Data”, Journal of Field Archaeology, 45, 39–50. doi: 10.1080/00934690.2020.1713969
  • Kansa, E. C., S. Whitcher Kansa. 2013. “We All Know That a 14 Is a Sheep: Data Publication and Professionalism in Archaeological Communication”, Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies, 1, 1, 88–97. doi: 10.1353/ema.2013.0007
  • Kansa, E. C., S. Whitcher Kansa. 2022. “Promoting Data Quality and Reuse in Archaeology through Collaborative Identifier Practices”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119, 43, e2109313118. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2109313118
  • Marwick B., S. E. Pilaar Birch. 2018. “A Standard for the Scholarly Citation of Archaeological Data as an Incentive to Data Sharing”, Advances in Archaeological Practice, 6, 2, 125–143. 10.1017/aap.2018.3
  • McKeague, P. et al. 2019. “Mapping Our Heritage: Towards a Sustainable Future for Digital Spatial Information and Technologies in European Archaeological Heritage Management”, Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2, 1, 89-104, doi: 10.5334/jcaa.23
  • McPherron, S. P. 2022. “Is a Decentralized, Non-standardized Approach to Data Sharing in Archaeology Good Enough?”, in Kandel, A. W., M. N. Haidle, C. Sommer (eds), Human Origins – Digital Future, Heidelberg, Propylaeum. doi: 10.11588/propylaeum.882.c13446
  • Nicholson, C., S. Kansa, N. Gupta, R. Fernandez. 2023. “Will it ever be FAIR?: Making Archaeological Data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable”, Advances in Archaeological Practice, 11, 1, 63–75. doi: 10.1017/aap.2022.40
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  • Strupler N. 2021. “Re-discovering Archaeological Discoveries. Experiments with Reproducing Archaeological Survey Analysis”, Internet Archaeology, 56. doi: 10.11141/ia.56.6.
  • Tedersoo, L., Küngas, R., Oras, E., Köster, K., Eenmaa, H., Leijen, Ä., Pedaste, M., Raju, M., Astapova, A., Lukner, H. and Kogermann, K., 2021. “Data sharing practices and data availability upon request differ across scientific disciplines”. Scientific data, 8, 1, 192. doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-021-00981-0
  • 2019. Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication. Helsinki: Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Committee for Public Information, Finnish Association for Scholarly Publishing, Universities Norway & European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities. doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.7887059


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Sébastien Plutniak (2024, 26 mars). Selected references on digital archiving and management of archaeological data. archeoViz. Data visualization in archaeology. Consulté le 14 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/w3yb

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