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- Locational information
- Accuracy indicator
- Type of site and finds
- Ceramic horizons associated to the site
- Location Notes
- Site Bibliography
- Intervisibility: This shows all the sites in the DB which are intervisible with your chosen site. It looks out 6.5 km.
- Aspect and Slope: This analyzes the slopes at the site and tries to show which direction the site faces
- Nearest neighbors: This draws a map which shows your site's nearest neighbors along with the direction to those sites.
- Three dimensional modelling of the site environment: There are 3D terrain models for most of the sites; these were prepared for me by Xavier Fischer of elevationapi.com.
- Group aspect: This report looks at the slopes and aspects of all sites in the selected group
- Gazetteer: This deceptively simple list of all sites in the group turns out to be among the most useful reports. The gazetteer has info on each site along with a link to each site in the group.
- Elevation: The elevation report lists the elevation for each site along with a histogram and elevation graph for the group. It also provides other statistics.
- Bibliography: After you've selected a group the Bibliography Report will generate a list of sources that were used to create that group.
- Chronology: This generates a chart of all the ceramic horizons that are characteristic of the group you selected.
2. It's not clear to me that for a product of this type a simple lat/lon to name pairing will be adequate for undertakings of this type. These products need a story to go along with the lat/lon pair. We need to know more about sites than just specifically where they are. More like Topostext.