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  • Cluster analysis is NOT scary, I promise

    Cluster analysis as defined by a statistician:  A procedure by which subjects, cases, or variables are clustered into groups based on similar characteristics of each.  Hierarchical cluster analysis attempts to identify relatively homogenous groups of variables (or cases) based on selected characteristics.  An algorithm is …

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  • Analysis of royal sandals in ancient Egypt, Part 2

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    Sincere thanks to Tom Hardwick for his astute comments and suggestions in the crafting of this two-part post In a previous post, I outlined the basic history and significance of sandals and discussed the apparent usage patterns of royal sandals at Medinet Habu, based on …

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  • More frequency results and images from Medinet Habu, Egypt

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    A sampling of other interesting frequency results for the temple at Medinet Habu (see a previous post on this topic here):

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  • Correlation Explained, with Ancient Egypt example

    One of the most basic statistical analyses is also one of the most revealing: correlation.  Simply put, correlation means when you tend to see (or not see) one variable, the other variable tends to appear (or not appear) in likewise fashion.

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  • History of the Art of Counting

    The Art of Counting comes from seven years of development. It was born from my dissertation project, which began at the memorial temple of Ramses III at Medinet Habu (c. 1185 B.C.E.). All (except very heavily damaged) relief scenes in the temple that include the …

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The Art of Counting is dedicated to the memory of Margery Meilleur, who first taught me to view history through the eyes of the images we create.