Old Wood

The fastest way to calibrate a radiocarbon date on OS X.

version 1.0, 308 Kb.

© Dimitrij Mlekuž 2007 dimitrij mlekuz’s stuff | dimitrij mlekuz @ department of archaeology, university of ljubljana



One sigma, two sigma or both

Pretty accurate algorithm

Calibration curve


Sitting in your dashboard, always ready to calibrate a radiocarbon date ... in a fraction of a second.

Reports one or  two sigma ranges.

Does not  just calculate intercepts but  true probability distributions. For publications I still recommend a more standard programs like OxCal or Calib.

Uses  IntCal04 calibration curve (Reimer et al. 2004).

Open source, released under GPL.