The map does not have an internal graticule
but only indicates the latitude and longitude on the margins.
It turned out to be 0.70cm long on the image, but now the map scale was different: the 10m graticule
in Figure 3 was 1.60cm long.
In addition to displaying latitude and longitude graticule
lines, users can now perform viewshed analysis.
Nineteenth-century spatial surveys, such as the nation-wide mapping carried out by the Ordnance Survey in Britain, relied on such positivist representational techniques as orthogonal perspective and the cartographic graticule
(the network of latitude and longitude lines on which maps are drawn).
PT vessels were defined as CD34 positive vessels located at the interface of tumour and adjacent dermis (Chalkley method is based on the use of an eyepiece graticule
containing 25 randomly positioned dots, which is rotated so that the maximum number of points is on or within the vessels).
In the second method, the Chalkley eyepiece graticule
(Chalkley grid area 0.196 [mm.sup.2]) with 25 randomly positioned dots was applied to the ocular of the Olympus microscope.
A 2-dimensional map of the brain surface with gyri and sulci with appropriate graticule
of meridians and parallels corresponding to a geographical atlas was drawn.
On the other hand, 70% of the maps in this study had neither a graticule
nor a north arrow.
Measurements (in millimeters) follow Chamberlin (1931), and were made using an ocular graticule
. The ratios given are the length/width index of an article, except for legs that are the length/ depth index.
Cell count in the RGC layer was made using a graduated graticule
measuring 0.25 [mm.sup.2] at this magnification.
To ensure that our land cover analyses accurately represented conditions at the time of the bird surveys, we superimposed a 100-m graticule
on each photo, selected 50 graticule
points near each wetland, and compared the 2003 photos with 2008 photos (which became available after our work was completed).