By: PJ Diggle
159 pages, diagrams
A spatial point pattern is a set of data consisting of a map of points. These points might represent, for example, cases of a disease in a human or animal population. This book aims to provide an introduction to statistical methods for analysing data in the form of spatial point distributions.
This book is a key reference text for any researcher interested in spatial patterns. -- Short Book Reviews 20030801 '[This book] is well written and a welcome addition to the literature on statistical inference for spatial processes.' -- Zentralblatt fur Mathematik unde ihre Grenzebiete 20030801
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Peter J. Diggle is Professor of Statistics at Lancaster University, UK
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