Spatial Data Analysis by Example: Categorical and directional data

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Wiley, 1989 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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Volume 1 describes recent advances in analytical methods of point pattern data and surveys regression methods for analysis of quantitative spatial data. Volume 2 confronts the problems presented by categorical and directional data, including measurements taken in situ, and the study of the movements of people and animals. Emphasis is on application of the techniques, which are illustrated through numerous examples, tables and figures. Heavily referenced.

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Contents

CONTINGENCY TABLES FROM MAPS
11
MORE SPECIALISED TECHNIQUES FOR CONTINGENCY
71
MOBILITY ANALYSIS
141
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Upton is Reader in Statistics and Head of the Mathematical Department at the University of Essex.

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