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For a list of selected presentations and publications using the Forensic Anthropology Center resources, click the year below:

FORDISC 3.1 Personal Computer Forensic Discriminant Functions

(2005) S.D. Ousley and R.L. Jantz.
FORDISC 3.0 is an interactive computer program, running under Windows, for classifying adults by race and sex using any combination of standard measurements. New features of FORDISC 3.0 are: larger number of variables, including postcranial variables; larger numbers of groups, including Howells’ world wide cranial data; improved pictorial guide to measurements, and improved file management and printer control. Cost: $395.00. An upgrade from a previous version of FORDISC is also available. Cost: $150.00.

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Data Collection Procedures for Forensic Skeletal Material 2.0

(2016) N.R. Langley, L.M. Jantz, S.D. Ousley, R.L. Jantz, and G.S. Milner. This manual provides standardized recording procedures and general recording formats for the documentation of human skeletal material in a forensic context. Cost: Free.

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Bibliography for the Application of Anthropology

(1993) A. Galloway, T.J. Woltanski, and W.M. Grant. This bibliography provides a guide to forensic literature of interest to forensic anthropologists published through 1992. Areas covered include traditional skeletal biological research, expert witness, taphonomy, and trauma. Cost: $7.00.

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