A Place in History
A Guide to Using GIS in Historical Research
Chapter 1: GIS and its Uses in Historical Research
Chapter 2: The World as Viewed through a GIS2.1 Introduction
2.2 Attribute data
2.3 Vector systems
2.4 Raster systems
2.5 Other systems: terrain modelling with TINs
2.6 Bringing it all together with layers
Chapter 3: Acquiring Spatial Data
Chapter 4: Basic GIS Functionality: Querying, Integrating and Manipulating Spatial Data
Chapter 5: Time in Historical GIS
Chapter 6: Visualisation from GIS
Chapter 7: Spatial Analyses of Statistical Data in GIS
Chapter 8: Qualitative Data in GIS
Chapter 9: Preservation, Documentation and the Role of the History Data Service
Chapter 10: Glossary and Bibliograhy
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