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    Posted: 02 Apr 2011 at 05:36
Dear all,

I would like to research ancient economic integration. I know that indicators of economic integration could be craft specialisation, and control of the allocation of products and price control.
Correlating objects in culturally valuated contexts, can shed light on the integration.

My point is, I would like to test the strenght of dependency between the materials if the context is held a constant.
I found out that a mathematical Pearons correlation, or a partial correlation is highly suitable for testing this dependency between variables. The problem is, that within my research, there is actually nothing to calculate as a mathematical equation, because I am dealing with merely objects in the ground.

Is there some methodology to get a correlation in a non-mathematical way perhaps?

Kind regards,

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This was duplicated in the Economic history forum. I've replied there, but am closing down this thread.
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