Table 1: Number of posts per year
Table 2: Number of new registrations per year
Table 3: Sessions recorded on the Day of Archaeology each year
Table 4: Country of origin of sessions, March 2011–May 2018
Table 5: Regular expressions used for xml cleaning in Notepad++
Table 6: Custom stopwords excluded from the analysis
Table 7: Occurrence of the terms 'cuts' and 'recession' per year
Table 8: Most prolific posters throughout the lifespan of the project (excluding organisers)
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