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Monday, March 05, 2007

The Computing Applications in Archaeology Conference

I am off to Berlin for the Computing Applications in Archaeology conference in April. Along with Ben Wood, the technical lead on Nabonidus, we will be presenting a workshop on how to set up an excavation using Nabonidus. We will also be demonstrating for the first time our new "Nabonidus Desktop" application which is currently in testing. We hope to demonstrate the full excavation "life cycle" with Nabonidus from:
  • Creating an excavation online, configuring your context sheet and the fields you need to record.
  • Recording data whilst on excavation with an available internet connection via
  • Recording data whilst on excavation with no internet connection on a laptop with the Nabonidus Desktop client installed.
  • Synchronising that local data from Nabonidus Desktop with the online database once an internet connection becomes available.
  • Analysing and publishing that data online.

We hope to see you in Berlin.

All the best, Sam Wood.


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