A list of open source archaeological software and resources
Visual shape-matching of ceramics profiles.
This is an example implementation of chrono-spatial modelling of settlement activities.
A python implementation of the method of clustering radiocarbon dates in order to determine whether they represent separate events, or phases in time
Radiocarbon Dating Resolution Calculator
Create a Harris Matrix from archaeological stratigraphy data using Python and Graphviz.
harris2graph is a script to help migrate data from the LST file format used by the BASP Harris, Stratify and ArchEd packages into modern graph file formats.
IOSACal is an open source tool for radiocarbon calibration
Kotyle (from the ancient greek ≈í‚à´≈í√∏≈ì√ë≈ì√ß≈í¬™≈í‚àë, ‚Äö√Ñ√∫measure of capacity‚Äö√Ñ√π, ‚Äö√Ñ√∫drinking cup‚Äö√Ñ√π) is a software program for calculating the capacity of a ceramic vessel.
This Python library was written as an help for the study of stone walls, mainly through the quantitative analysis of spatial dimensions of stones.
Python implementation of postAAR
PyXRF is a python-based sophisticated fluorescence analysis package for fitting and visualizing X-ray fluorescence data
Data analysis tools for X-Ray, Neutron and Electron sciences
Synthetic Categories for Archaeological Vessel Comparison.
Tools to use and manipulate total station data