Sensitivity of location-sharing services data: evidence from American travel pattern
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- Laurie A Schintler & Rajendra Kulkarni & Kingsley Haynes & Roger Stough, 2014. "Sensing ‘socio-spatio’ interaction and accessibility from location-sharing services data," Chapters, in: Ana Condeço-Melhorado & Aura Reggiani & Javier Gutiérrez (ed.),Accessibility and Spatial Interaction, chapter 5, pages 92-110, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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- Schintler, Laurie A. & Fischer, Manfred M., 2018. "Big Data and Regional Science: Opportunities, Challenges, and Directions for Future Research," Working Papers in Regional Science 2018/02, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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KeywordsLocation-sharing services data; American travel behavior; Personal miles of travel; Daily person trips; National Household Travel Survey;
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