Reusing the Visualisations and Outputs in the archeoViz web application for Spatial Archaeological Data

In archeoViz, the plots in the “3D plot”, “Map”, “Section X”, and “Section Y” tabs can be exported into two formats:

  • in a vector image format (SVG), for edition with applications as Inskcape or Illustrator.
  • as standalone interactive plots in HTML format.

In addition, the small map in the “Section X” and “Section Y” tabs and the plan of the excavation “Timeline” tab can also be exported in SVG.

Exporting and Editing Figures

The archeoViz visualisation (left) was exported as a SVG file and edited in the Inkscape application (left).

Embedding a standalone HTML visualisation into a Web Page

archeoViz makes it possible to export the 2D and 3D visualisations as interactive HTML standalone files. These files can be sent through email or embedded within other web page. Below, an example with a 3D visualisation exported from the Poeymaü archeoViz instance:

Embedding an archeoViz instance into a Web Page

In the same way, an archeoViz instance can also be embedded in an other web page. For example, Taï site archeoViz instance:



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Sébastien Plutniak (2023, 2 août). Reusing the Visualisations and Outputs in the archeoViz web application for Spatial Archaeological Data. archeoViz. Data visualization in archaeology. Consulté le 14 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/bd7v

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