The new Chrono report generates a table of occupation times based on your choices from the selection control on the Controls page. The control page allows you to select a combination of Region, Ceramic Horizon, or Type. After making your selection click on the 'Report' button. This brings you to the main report page. That page now has a 'Chrono' button. When you click on that button you will be given a chronological table on which your selection sites will be plotted with 'x's in the appropriate time span columns. Let's look at an example.
When creating this table I faced the choice of making the table pageable (column headers never out of sight) or sortable. I chose sortable as probably the more useful alternative. When you click on the column heads the table will be re-sorted to put your criterion at the top. Because spaces in the cells sort before the character 'x' by default you'll probably have to click twice on any specific column head to get the effect that you want.
I have not yet implemented a page for the Cycladic time scale.
The tables, like any .html table, can be selected with the mouse, in whole or in part, and dropped directly onto an Excel spreadsheet. Here is an example of a table from the chrono page dropped onto Excel:
After you have dropped this table into Excel you can change the formatting or delete it completely as you choose. But that's another topic.
With a correspondent I've been discussing the question of whether putting exact locational information online is a good thing or a bad thing. I'd like to hear from my readers on this question - do you have qualms about putting this kind of information online? You can respond to this post or use my e-mail which is bobconsoli at gmail dot com.
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