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65-70) , for example, provides a simple case of a non-parametric analysis of site location against a nominal variable (soil type) that provides some insight into the processes structuring site location. Chapter 8 reviews a selection of useful statistical methods for testing the presence and strength of relationships in spatial datasets. A second approach to spatial modelling involves the mathematical manipulation of one or more datasets to produce new data. A number of different types of modelling, including network, visibility, erosion, movement, cost-surface and some forms of ecological modelling, fall into this category.

2 Primary geospatial data export a text file that lists the name or code of each object alongside the easting (x ), northing (y) and elevation (z) that defines the object's relative or absolute location. This data can then be imported into a GIS program. Fig. 1 A 'total station' consisting of a targetless laser distance measurer and an electronic theodolite. are global positioning system (GPS) receivers and 'self-registering tachometers' or total stations. Although both pieces of equipment are expensive, the time savings they offer help to offset their rental or purchase costs.

For reasons of storage efficiency and relational coherence, many-to-many relationships need to be turned into one-to-many relationships via the construction of intermediary tables. Normalisation is covered in greater detail in a number of accessible publications, including the University of Texas at Austin 's Information Technology Service Data Modelling Pages' and Hernandez (2003). ht ml . 2 The three normalised tables: sites (upper), pottery (middle) and rim measurements (lower). Primary keys are defined by at, the foreign key by a + sitddt early date (BP) late date (BP) area (m 2 ) 1001 1004 1006 1007 1009 1200 900 1000 800 200 1100 700 800 400 100 8045 410 8900 7980 1200 sherdJdt sherd_cla s temper siteJdt 4 5 6 7 8 9 rim body base body rim body base rim rim fine sand fine sand grog vegetable vegetable fine sand coarse sand shell grog 1001 1001 1001 1004 1004 1006 1007 1007 1009 sherdJdt diameter (mm) l 88 47 140 2 3 5 8 9 134 The retrieval of data from a relational system using SQL involves defining the relation between entities and the conditions under which certain attributes should be selected.

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