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multi-model inference

Multi-model inference, visual affordance, and point process analysis of a Bronze Age settlement on Leskernick Hill

Information criterion is a robust and flexible inferential framework that offers an alternative to the traditional hypothesis testing approach adopted by most archaeologists. Rather than testing the empirical record against a pre-defined null model, information criteria provides a statistical tool to compare alternative models and suggest whether one of them is better than the others. Continue reading →