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This article describes the recovery of research data of Jürgen Hoika, saved on ten 5,25 inch floppys between 1988 and 1994. All data could be read and interpreted thanks to the use of the popular formats Word Perfect 5.1 and dBase III. In addition, the latest version of a data collection of Jürgen Hoika, comprising 1033 records of megalithic graves in Schleswig-Holstein, is roughly presented to introduce the potential of the dataset. Thanks to the generous consent of Evelin Hoika, the dataset is now freely available.
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Rinne 2011: C. Rinne, Digitale Archäologie. Nachlass von Jürgen Hoika †. JNA, 2011. DOI: https://doi.org/10.12766/jna.2011.62.