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Table 4 (continued). Ten samples (by four size fractions) by the remaining four constituents.
ry
313 +2tot+3
Otol
Hi0#3
Diol
Riot
1030 Oto+1
1030 +2to+3
103
Oto+1
_ _ = —_
Wyn Oo AT afu a Cj tn} in COlLntu My AFaTa
1034
1036] __-Ito0
1036 +1tot+2
“Tto0
1037 +1tot+2
iors
In addition to the original six categories, two more were
created for this analysis, from the descriptions given in
Appendix 1:
microfauna
mammal_BF
microfaunal bone fragments (non-mammalian)
mammalian bone fragments
Table 4 tabulates the percentage of each of the nine constitu-
ents in the four sand-size fractions of each of the samples, as
S_Number$ Mammal, BF
a Nya _ pa ee] ee
— — — —_—ie— —_—f—
Ln Maio MmIMIoe Mint intonation LAT in MEO] wu a WMT nb Oiuaiu WMT un
N N w N
given in Appendix 1. This 40 case x 9 variable data matrix
served as input to the software program, Systat 7.0 for Win-
dows.
To keep the influences of all variables (i.c., constituent
components) comparable, the percentage values were standard-
ized to z-scores (SYSTAT Statistics Manual 1996:339). The
Cluster analytical routines in Systat 7.0 compute all distances
with pairwise deletion of missing values (SYSTAT Statistics