Arch Aerial Included in “A Distant Reading of the Day of Archaeology” by Dr. Ben Marwick

If you checked out our article on the 2013 Day of Archaeology website, you probably soon realized that there is an astonishing amount of information available through the combined efforts of archaeologists and other professionals involved in the field.  Dr. Ben Marwick, of the University of Washington, recently published an interesting article on ‘distant reading’ and his application of the method to the Day of Archaeology’s body of text-based material.

We were lucky enough to be included in his research as a featured test case, and his model produced some pretty interesting results.  You can dig into the article here, but be sure to check the rest of his articles on his GitHub page.


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