Personal website: http://www.vincentbonhomme.fr/
I consider myself to be an enthusiastic scientist, rooted in the field of evolutionary biology and interested in everything that evolves, or seems to do so, particularly from a morphological point of view. I tend to specialize in the mathematical and software aspects of morphometrics, the statistical analysis of shape, and its use to explore morphological diversity, the underlying development and its evolution, particularly in the vegetal domain.
I’m supported by the ANR ‘Viticulture: an integrated approach in archeosciences to better understand grapes and wines in France from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages’.
Bonhomme V., Forster E., Wallace M., Stillman E., Charles M., Jones G. 2017. Identification of inter- and intra-species variation in cereal grains through geometric morphometric analysis, and its resilience under experimental charring. Journal of Archaeological Science 86: 60–67.
Bouby L., Bonhomme V., Ivorra S., Pastor T., Rovira N., Tillier M., Pagnoux C. , Terral J.-F. (2016) Back from burn out: are experimentally charred grapevine pips too distorted to be characterized using morphometrics? Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 1-12
Lipo, C. P., Hunt, T. L., Horneman, R., Bonhomme, V. (2016) Weapons of war? Rapa Nui mata’a morphometric analyses (2016) Antiquity 90 (349):172-187.
Bonhomme, V., Forster, E. E., Wallace, M. P., Stillman, E. C., Charles, M., Jones, G. (2015) The first shoots of a modern morphometrics approach to the origins of agriculture. Web Ecology, 16:1-2.
Bonhomme V, Picq S, Gaucherel C & Claude J. (2014) Momocs: Outline Analysis using R. Journal of Statistical Software. 56(13).