2 edition of Accounts and models for spatial demographic analysis found in the catalog.
Accounts and models for spatial demographic analysis
|Statement||P.H. Rees and A.G. Wilson. 3, Rates and life tables.|
|Series||Working paper / Department of Geography, University of Leeds -- no.85|
|Contributions||Wilson, A. G. 1939-|
Research Fields: Spatial Analysis of Demographic and Social Data; Racial Health Disparities, Racial Segregation, Poverty, Education Read More Dr. Porter has a specific interest in the spatial analysis of . Dr. Alba’s most recent book, Blurring the Color Line: Dr. Porter has a specific interest in the spatial analysis of demographic and social data. Substantively, he has published in the areas of racial health .
98 Review of Research in Education, 44 Numerous terms are used in the literature that denote geographic methods of analysis. The most common descriptor is geospatial analysis, but this is also . P H Rees & A G Wilson, "Accounts and Models for Spatial Demographic Analysis I: Aggregate Population," Environment and Planning A,, vol. 5(1), pages , February. Full references .
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Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper presents accounts and models which can be used for spatial demographic analysis.
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from other disciplines (regression analysis, gravity models, Markov chains, and matrix who in their book Spatial Population Analysis, adopted a detailed accounting framework as their central paradigm accounting identities that are embedded in a set of demographic accounts.
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Rees and A. Wilson, ‘Accounts and Models for Spatial Demographic Analysis 1: Aggregate Population’, in Environment and Planning 5 (), 61– CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: 5. For example, the text by Halli and Rao (), entitled Advanced Techniques of Population Analysis, devotes an entire chapter to multiregional demographic models; a British text on spatial demography Cited by: Space is more than geography: Using spatial econometrics in the study of political economy.
International Studies Quarterly 50(1): 27– Chi, G. and J. Zhu. Spatial regression models for demographic. Given a geocoded address, you can perform proximity or location queries using a spatial engine, such as Oracle Spatial, or demographic analysis using tools and data from Oracle's business partners.
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Geographically weighted regression (GWR) is a spatial analysis technique that takes non-stationary variables into consideration (e.g., climate; demographic factors; physical environment characteristics) and models.
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Of course, the spatial microdata, maps and analysis that result. GEOG GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION ANALYSIS. Choosing and applying analytical methods for geospatial data, including point pattern analysis, interpolation, surface analysis, overlay analysis, and. Input–output accounts are part and parcel to a more flexible form of modeling, computable general equilibrium models.
Two additional difficulties are of interest in transportation work. There is the .Author(s): Rees,P H Title(s): Accounts based models for multiregional population analysis: methods, program and users' manual/ P.H.
Rees. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Leeds, England. P. Claval, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Spatial thinking refers to five types of intellectual operations: (a) using geographical observations as a starting point for .