Getting your data entered into the Osteoware database is just the beginning, now you want to query (a form of 'questioning' ) and extract information of research interest from your database.
Basically the sky is the limit on how you can query your database, but you need to know how to use Structured Query Language (SQL) which is easy to learn, and besides, SQL is a very valuable skill to have on your CV.
Since we all use the same Osteoware database, one query to accomplish XYZ will work for everyone. You may simply need to change contextual variables (geographical and/or temporal information, catkey, etc. --usually unique to each user) if they are part of the query selection criteria.
First, download Volume 1 of the user guide from the download page. The User Guide is a work in progress (as of Jan 2012) but there is a good chapter on querying your database, so please read that first, as well as explore some of the online resources listed at the end.
This forum will establish a library of common queries and resources, as well as provide support for more individualized or more difficult queries.
Let us know what you want to study and we'll help you to get your data.