Monthly Archives: July 2012

New article on GBH GIS/”Vision of Britain” information architecture

An article has just appeared in the journal Historical Methods about the information architecture underlying the web site A Vision of Britain through Time: Rebuilding the Great Britain Historical GIS, Part 2: A Geo-Spatial Ontology of Administrative Units (Historical Methods, … Continue reading

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A page we don’t want you to see …

Touch wood, we have sorted out the problem that caused the new site to crash just a couple of days after it went live, but there will inevitably continue to be occasional “outages” — and Murphy’s Law specifies that they … Continue reading

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New Expert Search for “places”

This is the first of a series of posts about new features in the site we launched last week. In the previous version of A Vision of Britain through Time, the Expert Search page just linked to various other pages … Continue reading

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Vision of Britain 2.5 goes live

We are now running a new version of the web site A Vision of Britain through Time on a new server. There are a lot of changes, and we will be making a whole series of posts about them, but … Continue reading

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