We thank the anonymous reviewers, as well as Ben Marwick, Ryan Baumann, Donna Yates, Ben Schmidt, Lincoln Mullen, and the wider community interested in these issues of computational approaches to archaeological data sets for their comments and suggestions. Much of this discussion happened via Twitter and other channels over the 2015-16 academic year. We often shared what we were doing, the problems we were encountering, the things that worked and the things that didn't, via social media. Without this dialogue and engagement, we do not think we would have been able to complete this work. We'd also like to thank the very long lines at the Starbucks in the San Francisco Hyatt Hotel, where we first bumped into one another waiting for coffee at the SAA2015, and where this project was first imagined. Any mistakes are our own.


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