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Locating London’s Past wins BSECS digital prize!

The British Society for Eighteenth-century Studies has awarded its 2014 prize for the best digital resource supporting eighteenth- century studies to Locating London’s Past. The judging panel said: This is a superb new free resource, which applies the latest digital … Continue reading

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Fitting Rocque to Modern London

The Locating London’s Past blog has a pair of fascinating new posts by Peter Rauxloh about the process of creating the ‘new’ version of Rocque’s 1746 map. Part 1: Georeferencing However, georeferencing an historic map is generally more tricky than … Continue reading

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Locating London’s Past

Locating London’s Past is our current JISC-funded project, which is intended to vastly improve our own mapping and location search features, but also to be extensible so it can be used to analyse other historical datasets. The project blog, with fairly … Continue reading

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