On graphical representations of similarity in geo-temporal frequency data


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WEIDELE, Daniel, Mereke VAN GARDEREN, Mark GOLITKO, Gary M. FEINMAN, Ulrik BRANDES, 2016. On graphical representations of similarity in geo-temporal frequency data. In: Journal of Archaeological Science. 72, pp. 105-116. ISSN 0305-4403. eISSN 1095-9238

@article{Weidele2016-08graph-34646, title={On graphical representations of similarity in geo-temporal frequency data}, year={2016}, doi={10.1016/j.jas.2016.05.013}, volume={72}, issn={0305-4403}, journal={Journal of Archaeological Science}, pages={105--116}, author={Weidele, Daniel and van Garderen, Mereke and Golitko, Mark and Feinman, Gary M. and Brandes, Ulrik} }

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