This site contains forensic anthropology data science projects and source code written primarily in the Julia and R programming languages. All source code is released 'as is' and is licensed as open source under the GPL version 2 or MIT licenses. Integrated code is released under a license relevant to their original license requirements and is stated within the root of the source code files. Particular tools can be used directly from the website through a Shiny UI.
OsteoSort version 1.3.0 is currently under development. This includes the complete redevelopment of the analytical code in the Julia programming language. OsteoShiny is now fully integrated with OsteoSort and as a project is deprecated. The legacy version of the OsteoSort live tool (version 1.2.6) is still available under 'Tools' in the navbar. This will be updated with 1.3.0 when the new version is released.
This website and all projects therein are developed with an open source standard to meet ISO 17205 requirements for usability within a legal context. This includes full and open disclosure of all source code to aid with future auditing and traceability, complete version control and archiving of all versions, and full transparency in tracking any bugs or errors that are identified. For a comprehensive list of open source licenses see https://opensource.org/licenses.
Lynch JJ, Byrd JE, LeGarde CB. The Power of Exclusion using Automated Osteometric Sorting: Pair-matching.
Journal of Forensic Sciences https://doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13560
Lynch JJ. An Analysis on the Choice of Alpha Level in the Osteometric Pair-matching of the Os Coxa, Scapula, and Clavicle.
Journal of Forensic Sciences https://doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13599
Lynch JJ. The Automation of Regression Modeling in Osteometric Sorting: An Ordination Approach.
Journal of Forensic Sciences https://doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13597
Lynch JJ. An Automated Two-dimensional Form Registration Method for Osteological Pair-matching.
Journal of Forensic Sciences https://doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13670
Lynch JJ. An Automated Two-dimensional Pairwise Form Registration Method for Pair-matching of Fragmented Skeletal Remains.
Journal of Forensic Sciences http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13787
Lynch JJ, Stephan CN. Computational Tools in Forensic Anthropology: The Value of Open-Source Licensing as a Standard.
Forensic Anthropology http://dx.doi.org/10.5744/fa.2018.0025
Warnke-Sommer JD, Lynch JJ, Pawaskar SS, Z-Transform Method for Pairwise Osteometric Pair-matching.
Journal of Forensic Sciences http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1556-4029.13813
Technical inquiries can be sent to jjlynch [at] osteocoder [dot] com or submitted as issues on the relevant GitHub repositories.