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Computerizing the acquisition of archaeobotanic counting (Scopoli-Fossiles)

Abstract : The Scopoli programme has been designed to computerize the acquisition of paleobotanic counts made under a microscope. Using a digital table, pollen counts are recognized under a microscope and directly put into a data base. formation goes directly into the data base. The The principle is as follow : a digital table connected to a computer provides a list of pollen names. Using an optical pencil the worker marks the required name on the list and the informa traditional paper and pencil stage is completly eliminated. The Scopoli programme is described and its flexibility demonstrated in various applications.
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Françoise Greffier, Hervé Richard, Pascale Ruffaldi. Computerizing the acquisition of archaeobotanic counting (Scopoli-Fossiles). Archeosciences, revue d'Archéométrie, G.M.P.C.A./Presses universitaires de Rennes, 1992, 16, pp.63-69. ⟨10.3406/arsci.1992.892⟩. ⟨hal-02564134⟩



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