Dominik Wujastyk d.wujastyk at UCL.AC.UK
Tue Mar 22 11:16:46 UTC 2005

You might want to be aware of EpiInfo, a free mapping programme that
originated from the epidemiologist community.

It's free, widely-used (and therefore supported) and good.  A new release
came out just last month.  However, it's also complicated, and I
personally have never made much headway in getting the results I wanted
out of it.  I felt that to get started I needed to have a few sessions
with an EpiInfo guru, and there wasn't anyone around who used it.  Perhaps
I needed to spend more time with the online tutorials.

I wanted to do maps of India with bar graphs showing the locations and
relative numbers of MSS of certain texts.


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New postal address: Wellcome Center at UCL, 210 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, UK.

On Fri, 18 Mar 2005, Arlo Griffiths wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I would be very grateful for any references/tips concerning the
> possibilities for drawing maps of India (in this case, of epigraphical
> find-spots) by computer.
> Sincerely,
> Arlo Griffiths
> Institute of Indian Studies
> University of Groningen
> Oude Boteringestraat 23
> 9712 GC Groningen
> the Netherlands
> email: a.griffiths at
> phone: +31-50-3635587

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