We can now announce that in conjunction with Morph2016 (https://morph2016.wordpress.com/) and The Natural History Museum we will be organising a one-day workshop providing an introduction to geometric morphometrics for archaeologists and anthropologists.
Led by Prof. Norman MacLeod (The Natural History Museum, UK) this one-day workshop will provide a theoretical and practical overview of geometric morphometrics, from data collection, and choosing the right software, to data analysis and presentation. There will also be opportunities throughout the day to discuss your own data, should you wish to receive feedback, in addition to other techniques.
During the extended lunch there will also be an opportunity to visit the NHM anthropological and archaeological collections (I KNOW, RIGHT!?). More details about this will be outlined in due course.
The workshop will take place on 25th May 2016 (the day before Morph2016). Spaces are limited to 40 people so please do register as soon as possible, shape-lovers.
More information can be found on our Eventbrite page:
This will be a great opportunity to get a hands-on experience of GM before Morph2016. We hope to see many of you there!