Applied Gis And Spatial Analysis

Author by : Graham P. Clarke
Language : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : The popularity of geography as an academic discipline is partlyexplained by its relevance to the real world. Spatial analysis usesgeographic information and statistical methods for the study ofspecific applications, ranging from business location analysis tothe measurement of inner city deprivation, and when used inconjunction with GIS, visual representations and "what if"scenarios can be created. An increasing number of public andprivate sector organisations now regard spatial analysis as avaluable problem-solving tool. Applied GIS and Spatial Analysis focuses on the use ofquantitative methods and GIS in applied contexts, demonstrating thewide range of techniques that are used to deal with problems atdifferent spatial scales. It provides readers with a range ofglobal applications from local/national government and business,and is structured to convey the public-private focus of thematerial. Arranged in four main parts, Applied GIS and SpatialAnalysis covers: Geobusiness, which considers applications in the privatesector. Social Deprivation, a set of chapters commissioned by variouslocal authorities helping to expose different aspects of socialproblems, especially deprivation and crime. Transport and Location, relating to transport networks andlocation problems. National Spatial Planning, which looks at large-scale nationalsocial and economic problems, largely funded by governmentdepartments. This book is unique as it concentrates on commercially-sponsoredapplications of GIS and quantitative geography researchmethodologies that are undertaken by professional quantitativegeographers. Internationally renowned editors andcontributors from academic and business consultancies presentspatial analysis techniques and the actual process ofproblem solving, to illustrate the applied nature of contemporaryquantitative geography. A wealth of case studies enriches thechapters and exemplifies the practical application of GIS,statistical models, location-allocation models, and networks offlow models. Applied Spatial Modelling and GIS is essential readingfor postgraduates and researchers of Quantitative Geography, GIS,Spatial Modelling and Retail Geography. It is also highlyrecommended for upper-level undergraduate and MSc students takingmodules in GIS and Quantitative Geography, and will be a valuablesource of reference for practitioners involved in the use of GISfor private and public sector planning.

Spatial Analysis In Field Primatology

Author by : Francine Dolins
Language : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Geospatial Analysis

Author by : Michael John De Smith
Language : en
Publisher by : Troubador Publishing Ltd
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Description : Addresses a range of analytical techniques that are provided within modern Geographic Information Systems and related geospatial software products. This guide covers: the principal concepts of geospatial analysis; core components of geospatial analysis; and, surface analysis, including surface form analysis, gridding and interpolation methods.

Geographic Information Systems In Business

Author by : Pick, James
Language : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : This book contains state-of-the-art research studies on the concepts, theory, processes, and real world applications of geographical information systems (GIS) in business. Its chapters are authored by many of the leading experts in applying GIS and geospatial science to business. The book utilizes a wide variety of approaches and methodologies including conceptual theory development, research frameworks, quantitative and qualitative methods, case studies, systems design, DSS theory, and geospatial analysis combined with point-of-sale. Since relatively little research has been published on GIS in business, this book is pioneering and should be the principal compendium of the latest research in this area. The book impacts not only the underlying definitions, concepts, and theories of GIS in business and industry, but its practice as well.

Gis And The Social Sciences

Author by : Dimitris Ballas
Language : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : GIS and the Social Sciences offers a uniquely social science approach on the theory and application of GIS with a range of modern examples. It explores how human geography can engage with a variety of important policy issues through linking together GIS and spatial analysis, and demonstrates the importance of applied GIS and spatial analysis for solving real-world problems in both the public and private sector. The book introduces basic theoretical material from a social science perspective and discusses how data are handled in GIS, what the standard commands within GIS packages are, and what they can offer in terms of spatial analysis. It covers the range of applications for which GIS has been primarily used in the social sciences, offering a global perspective of examples at a range of spatial scales. The book explores the use of GIS in crime, health, education, retail location, urban planning, transport, geodemographics, emergency planning and poverty/income inequalities. It is supplemented with practical activities and datasets that are linked to the content of each chapter and provided on an eResource page. The examples are written using ArcMap to show how the user can access data and put the theory in the textbook to applied use using proprietary GIS software. This book serves as a useful guide to a social science approach to GIS techniques and applications. It provides a range of modern applications of GIS with associated practicals to work through, and demonstrates how researcher and policy makers alike can use GIS to plan services more effectively. It will prove to be of great interest to geographers, as well as the broader social sciences, such as sociology, crime science, health, business and marketing.

Geographic Information Systems Spatial Modelling And Policy Evaluation

Author by : Manfred M. Fischer
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Geographical Information Systems (GIS) provide an enhanced environment for spatial data processing. The ability of geographic information systems to handle and analyse spatially referenced data may be seen as a major characteristic which distinguishes GIS from information systems developed to serve the needs of business data processing as well as from CAD systems or other systems whose primary objective is map production. This book, which contains contributions from a wide-ranging group of international scholars, demonstrates the progress which has been achieved so far at the interface of GIS technology and spatial analysis and planning. The various contributions bring together theoretical and conceptual, technical and applied issues. Topics covered include the design and use of GIS and spatial models, AI tools for spatial modelling in GIS, spatial statistical analysis and GIS, GIS and dynamic modelling, GIS in urban planning and policy making, information systems for policy evaluation, and spatial decision support systems.

Studies In Applied Geography And Spatial Analysis

Author by : Robert Stimson
Language : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : This timely and fascinating book illustrates how applied geography can contribute in a multitude of ways to assist policy processes, evaluate public programs, enhance business decisions, and contribute to formulating solutions for community-level problems. The book showcases studies by applied geographers from across the globe collaborating with the public sector, businesses, NGOs and communities to demonstrate how geography Ð with its space and place perspective and its explicitly spatial methods and tools Ð has been employed to address significant real-world issues. The 20 case studies have been conducted at a variety of levels of scale and situational contexts, and employ a range of quantitative and qualitative approaches including spatial and statistical modelling, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), impact analysis and action research. This enlightening and informative book will prove an invaluable reference tool for academics, students and practitioners with a specific interest in applied geography and spatial analysis.

Gis For Science

Author by : Dawn J. Wright
Language : en
Publisher by : ESRI Press
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Description : GIS for Science presents a collection of real-world stories about modern science and a cadre of scientists who use mapping and spatial analytics to expand their understanding of the world. The accounts in this book are written for a broad audience including professional scientists, the swelling ranks of citizen scientists, and people generally interested in science and geography. Scientific data are brought to life with GIS technology to study a range of issues relevant to the functioning of planet Earth in a natural sense as well as the impacts of human activity. In a race against the clock, the scientists profiled in this volume are using remote sensing, web maps within a geospatial cloud, Esri StoryMaps, and spatial analysis to document and solve an array of issues with a geographic dimension, ranging from climate change, natural disasters, and loss of biodiversity, to homelessness, loss of green infrastructure, and resource shortages. These stories present geospatial ideas and inspiration that readers can apply across many disciplines, making this volume relevant to a diverse scientific audience. See how scientists working on the world's most pressing problems apply geographic information systems--GIS.

An Introduction To R For Spatial Analysis And Mapping

Author by : Chris Brunsdon
Language : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications Limited
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Description : This is a new edition of the accessible and student-friendly 'how to' for anyone using R for the first time, for use in spatial statistical analysis, geocomputation and digital mapping. The authors, once again, take readers from ‘zero to hero’, updating the now standard text to further enable practical R applications in GIS, spatial analyses, spatial statistics, web-scraping and more. Revised and updated, each chapter includes: example data and commands to explore hands-on; scripts and coding to exemplify specific functionality; self-contained exercises for students to work through; embedded code within the descriptive text. The new edition includes detailed discussion of new and emerging packages within R like sf, ggplot, tmap, making it the go to introduction for all researchers collecting and using data with location attached. This is the introduction to the use of R for spatial statistical analysis, geocomputation, and GIS for all researchers - regardless of discipline - collecting and using data with location attached.

Gis And Spatial Analysis In Veterinary Science

Author by : P. A. Durr
Language : en
Publisher by : CABI
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Description : The use of geographical information systems (including remote sensing) and spatial analysis in public health is now widespread. Its importance and potential for the monitoring of animal diseases has never been greater with the recent outbreaks of BSE and Foot-and-Mouth Disease. GIS and Spatial Analysis in Veterinary Science is the first book to review how such practices can be applied to veterinary science. Topics covered include the application of GIS to epidemic disease response, to companion animal epidemiology and to the management of wildlife diseases. It also covers the parallels with human health and spatial statistics in the biomedical sciences.