These notebooks are courtesy Dr. Rachel Opitz, of the University of Glasgow who is Lecturer in Spatial Archaeology. There are two binders below which can be launched; consider launching Dr. Opitz Binder as she updates the work for her own teaching. Alternatively, use the ODATE version that is updated only periodically.
Course exercises: University of Glasgow Spatial Archaeology modules
This site provides access to a collection of modules for learning about how archaeologists work with spatial data and remote sensing data to interpret sites and landscapes. The modules are designed for use within University of Glasgow courses, but can be followed by anyone.
Here's how to get started:
- Access the notebooks for different lessons in the binder
- Click 'launch binder' (go make a cup of tea and wait while the environment builds) and then click the notebook for your lesson to get started.
Archaeology of Scotland Modules
- 'linlithgow_spatial.ipynb' explores burial data and is intended for Archaeology of Scotland
- Archaeology of Scotland students have another module on interpreting aerial imagery here
Theory and Practice Modules
- 'working with remote sensing data.ipynb' explores cropmarks in hyperspectral images and is intended for Theory and Practice.
- 'canmore.ipynb' explores Canmore's map of registered monuments and is intended for Theory and Practice
- '1_spatialarchaeology' explores Dr. Optiz's excavations at the ancient city of Gabii in Italy.