Geocomputation: A Practical Primer

This is a proposal for a core text in geocomputation; the use of computational techniques to model and solve problems – population, environment, planning, etc etc - in spatial context. It's multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary so this text is a generic primer that looks at: visualisation and exploratory spatial data analysis; space time modeling; spatial algorithms; spatial regression and statistics; and decision making. The edited text is organized in five sections: 1. Introducing Applied Geocomputation; 2. Describing how the world looks; 3. Exploring movements in space; 4. Making geographical decisions; and 5. Explaining how the world works

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