Centre for GeoInformatics (CGI) Theses
Research at the Centre for GeoInformatics spans a wide range of research areas, including substantive topics such as human mobility, global oceans, housing, health and a whole range of topics in between, as well as statistical methods development and visualisations. Through our many research projects, one thing remains constant: spatial data. At CGI we are all about collecting, managing, exploring, and understanding spatial data.
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(University of St Andrews, 2013-11-30) - ThesisOne of the key concerns in spatial analysis and modelling is to study and analyse similarities or dissimilarities between places over geographical space. However, ”global“ spatial models may fail to identify spatial ...