At present, digital tools for analysis and visualisation are available primarily for data in the SEAD database or Dynamic Collections. We are actively working on solutions to enable various forms of analysis tailored to different data types. If you have ideas or suggestions for specific analysis methods you’d like to employ with archaeological data, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We aim to prioritise the needs of future research during Swedigarchs development, email@example.com. There is an open API for SOCH through which you can access and analyse metadata on over 10 million digital objects in Swedish museum and archive collections, and the Swedish Historic Environment Record. Further details can be found at SOCH.