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HistoricMapping/Taylor_South_Map (ImageServer)

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Service Description: Taylor's map of the environs of Dublin extending 10 to 14 miles from the castle by actual survey on a scale of 2 inches to one mile. John Rocque’s map of Dublin quickly went out of date. For more than fifty years, map-users had to rely on Rocque’s map of Dublin as the only map of the greater Dublin area until the well-known engraver John Taylor decided to fill the gap in the market by producing a map of the area, funded by subscriptions. Taylor was not a surveyor and his map attracted unfavourable comment for its inaccuracies, omissions, inclusions and the irregular scaling of the lettering, etc. Taylor was fond of applying the prenomial “Lands of……” and a larger font to a placename as a means of either increasing the stature of the location or of filling an area of white space on the map. Likewise if space was tight, lettering size could be reduced. The scale of the map was 2 inches to 1 mile. John Taylor’s map of the environs of Dublin was published in 1816.

Name: HistoricMapping/Taylor_South_Map

Description: Taylor's map of the environs of Dublin extending 10 to 14 miles from the castle by actual survey on a scale of 2 inches to one mile. John Rocque’s map of Dublin quickly went out of date. For more than fifty years, map-users had to rely on Rocque’s map of Dublin as the only map of the greater Dublin area until the well-known engraver John Taylor decided to fill the gap in the market by producing a map of the area, funded by subscriptions. Taylor was not a surveyor and his map attracted unfavourable comment for its inaccuracies, omissions, inclusions and the irregular scaling of the lettering, etc. Taylor was fond of applying the prenomial “Lands of……” and a larger font to a placename as a means of either increasing the stature of the location or of filling an area of white space on the map. Likewise if space was tight, lettering size could be reduced. The scale of the map was 2 inches to 1 mile. John Taylor’s map of the environs of Dublin was published in 1816.

Single Fused Map Cache: false

Extent: Initial Extent: Full Extent: Time Info: Pixel Size X: 3.6863629999999987

Pixel Size Y: 3.686362999999994

Band Count: 1

Pixel Type: U8

RasterFunction Infos: N/A

Mensuration Capabilities: Basic

Has Histograms: true

Has Colormap: false

Min Scale: 0

Max Scale: 0

Copyright Text: SDCC GIS Officer, John Taylor

Service Data Type: esriImageServiceDataTypeGeneric

Min Values: 0

Max Values: 255

Mean Values: 203.84205189382644

Standard Deviation Values: 69.0661070912138

Object ID Field: OBJECTID

Fields: Default Mosaic Method: Northwest

Allowed Mosaic Methods: NorthWest,Center,LockRaster,ByAttribute,Nadir,Viewpoint,Seamline,None

SortField:

SortValue: null

Mosaic Operator: First

Default Compression Quality: 75

Default Resampling Method: Bilinear

Max Record Count: 1000

Max Image Height: 4100

Max Image Width: 15000

Max Download Image Count: 20

Max Mosaic Image Count: 20

Allow Raster Function: true

Allow Compute TiePoints: false

Supports Statistics: true

Supports Advanced Queries: true

Use StandardizedQueries: true

Raster Type Infos: Has Raster Attribute Table: false

Edit Fields Info: null

Ownership Based AccessControl For Rasters: null

Child Resources:   Info   Histograms   Key Properties   Legend

Supported Operations:   Export Image   Query   Identify   Measure   Compute Histograms   Get Samples   Compute Class Statistics