I am looking at age-at-death determination of archaeological populations. Due to the nature of the data, these estimations usually span several years, but not all of them have the same degree of precision.
Individual 1: 5-7 years old
Individual 2: 6-10 years old...
Thanks for the responses.
I am not quite sure I understand you correctly. Both your ideas assume that the probability of death occuring is not equal for each time in the range, right? It probably isn't, however, we have no way of knowing at which point death is more or less likely (due to the...
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I have a very specific data set, for which I am trying to find a way to calculate a distribution.
It consists of age-at-death estimations of archaeological skeletal remains...