Some Examples of GIS at UCL: ESRI (UK) Update

Below is the presentation I gave today at ESRI (UK). It was designed to give a few examples of PhD research within my immediate medicament cipro vita research group at UCL and also provide an update of my PhD research to date. GIS Research at UCL Vie...


A "Global" Surname Cloud

The WorldNames Profiler was created by my supervisors and fellow members of my research group. Behind the project is a large database containing surnames from 26 countries. Following the effectiveness of the surname clouds I produced for Great Britai...


Great Britain’s Surname Cloud

As part of the research group that created the National Trust Surnames Profiler I have access to a comprehensive database of surnames in Great Britain. Most of my analysis on this database is spatial so I thought I would look at non-spatial way of il...


BBC Radio Wales: Welsh Surnames

I recently had an interview with Radio Wales‘ “Good Evening Wales“. Following media cipro online no prescription overnight interest in the migrations of some Welsh surnames such as “Jones”,  BBC Wales wanted a little mo...


IEEE Geospatial Computing Workshop

Yesterday I presented the paper “Combining Historic Interpretations of the Great Britain Popualtion with Contemporary Spatial Analysis: the Case of Surnames” during the Geospatial Computing Workshop at the 5th IEEE International Conferenc...


CASA Working Paper

My Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) working paper titled “Family Names as Indicators of Britain’s Changing Regional Geography” has been published online. The paper is one of my PhD upgrade documents and contains the resul...


Featured Map: "Non-British Names Map"

I wanted to avoid the misleading effects of poorly selected spatial units and inappropriate data categorisation in my next Featured Map. I produced it for a forthcoming CASA Working Paper to inform my analysis of general surname trends in Great Brita...



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