Roxanne Guildford is based in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Roxanne's research focuses on computational methods in zooarchaeology. Her work examines quantitative biases in faunal data through exploratory data analysis using statistical programming and GIS. With the increased access to open sourced archaeological data, she also addresses the digital skills training necessary to tackle research questions utilizing complex aggregated data sets.
Roxanne's University of Edinburgh researcher profile
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