Founded in 2017, the Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology continuously publishes scholarship on a range of topics, including spatial analysis, semantic web, and statistics. The journal hopes "to foster debate about the crucial role of digital technologies within archaeology, and to promote the theoretically informed and interdisciplinary use of digital methods." Interested readers can view the included scholarship on the Content tab, sortable by Articles, Issue Archive, and Special Collections. The Articles section labels content as a "position paper," "case study," or "research article" for easier browsing. The Issue Archive categorizes articles by yearly installments (currently available from 2018-2020). The Special Collections section highlights three special issues on overcoming illicit antiquities trade, applying lidar practice to archaeology, and analyzing digital scholarship in the field. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) supports the journal, though it is independently governed by its Editorial Board (led by Managing Editors Arianna Traviglia, Italian Institute of Technology, Italy and Philip Verhagen, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands).