An international group of scientists is calling for more cooperation to study past and current human-environment interactions, which they say will help us understand complex histories. Their recommendations were published in Science Advances. They introduced a new tool called the “dahliagram” to help researchers analyze and visualize information from different sources. This tool can be customized for different studies. They tested it with three models of human mobility in three regions of history. They found that it was effective in understanding population movements over different time frames. The dahliagram is designed to promote critical thinking and can be used by scholars across different fields. The group hopes it will be adopted in the scientific community to further explore complex human behaviors. The group was inspired to create the tool from their experiences in transdisciplinary research. They hope the dahliagram will expand the analytical tools available for historical research. Ultimately, the group wants to encourage more open-minded thinking and create a space for discussions about different explanations and assumptions. A wide range of experts contributed to this paper.
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