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Project Summary

Corina is an open source, freely available, dendrochronology program developed by the Cornell Tree-Ring Laboratory.

Although Corina continues to be a useful tool, active development has now ceased. Corina is superseded by Tellervo which is a major rewrite including replacement of the file-based data storage with a TRiDaS-enabled relational database.

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cross-platform dendochronology java linux mac_os_x php science static_analysis statistics stats webservice windows

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30 Day Summary

Jan 7 2018 — Feb 6 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 6 2017 — Feb 6 2018

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