Spatial Statistical Analysis and Geographic Information Systems
In this paper, the authors discuss a number of general issues that pertain to the interface between GIS and spatial analysis. In particular, they focus on the various paradigms for spatial data analysis that follow from the existence of this interface. They outline a series of questions that need to be confronted in the analysis of spatial data, and the extent to which a GIS can facilitate their resolution. They also review a number of exploratory and confirmatory techniques that they feel should form the core of a spatial analysis module for a GIS.
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Volume (Year): 26 (1992)
Issue (Month): 1 (April)
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