By: R Haining
431 pages, 125 figs, 2 tabs
This book describes methods available for the analysis of spatial data. These include data description, map interpolation, and exploratory and explanatory analyses. The book also examines spatial referencing and methods for detecting and solving problems. This is an important text for disciplines needing an overview of theoretical and applied work for the analysis of spatial data sets. It will particularly interest research workers and undergraduates in geography, environmental and social science.
' ... a landmark text.' Geography ' ... masterly summary of spatial analysis.' Physical Geography
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