When Am I Researching Now?

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Chris, the most highly allocthonous of the SciBlings, just did something neat over at his place that immediately called for emulation. He’s a geologist, and he’s graphed what periods of Earth’s history he’s been studying when. So, Dear Reader, here’s my graph: not as pretty as Chris’s, but hopefully legible. You may note that I specialise in the later 1st Millennium, that my work in the Neolithic must be rather superficial, that I have never worked with the Mesolithic nor the Early Iron Age nor the Middle Ages, and that I plan to return to Bronze Age studies next year.

Oh, and one more thing. My graph covers six thousand years. Chris’s covers billions.

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Comments

  1. #1 Leif
    November 27, 2008

    Interesting. Maybe I should make a graph as well.

    Do you have any intention on making one about subject instead of chronological period?

  2. #2 Martin R
    November 27, 2008

    Hmm… Not sure how to represent, graphically, the relationship between subject I’ve covered, not to mention the innumerable ones I haven’t.

  3. #3 Leif
    November 27, 2008

    You can always base it on Kristian K´s standard method of explanation: a sinus curve…

  4. #4 Martin R
    November 27, 2008

    I think I’m gonna express it through improvised dancing. I am, as you no doubt know, a modern shaman.

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