Support to our research projects has been extended through the use of GIS software. Where relevant it is possible to create a database for any aspect of our research and to relate our findings/obsevations to a specific point, line or area through the addition of National Grid coordinates.

 

 

The specific database content can be loaded into QGIS and overlayed on published background maps or other layers derived from our research.

 

These maps can be prepared so they can be shared on our website.

 

 

The list of maps derived from our archaeology investigation is given below: Click on the link…..

Pottery Distribution by Pottery Type                 http://slhg.org.uk/wp-content/gismaps/qgis2web_2017_08_31-14_25_32_482000/index.html

All Excavations by Project                                      http://slhg.org.uk/wp-content/gismaps/qgis2web_2017_08_31-12_06_03_766000/index.html#15/52.2262/-0.5491       

Slag Distribution   (graduated by weight)             http://slhg.org.uk/wp-content/gismaps/qgis2web_2017_07_15-16_48_44_765000/index.html#15/52.2259/-0.5465

Clay Pipe Distribution  (graduated by number)  http://slhg.org.uk/wp-content/gismaps/qgis2web_2017_07_15-16_50_22_944000/index.html#15/52.2259/-0.5465

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