Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fitting Rocque to modern London – Investigating the warp factor

The last post looked at how the single composite scan made from the 24 separate sheets of John Rocque’s 1746 map  of central London, were fitted  in place over moden mapping using the process named georeferencing.  When applied to historic … Continue reading

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Fitting Rocque to modern London – Georeferencing

The last post explained how scans of the 24 individual sheets of John  Rocque’s 1746 map of centralLondonhad been fitted  together so they comprised a single image.  In this post the process by which that image was taken and fitted … Continue reading

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