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This paper begins by reviewing the ways in which the innovation of Google Maps has transformed our ability to reference and view geographically referenced data. We describe the ways in which the GMap Creator tool developed under the ESRC National Centre for e Social Science (NCeSS) programme...
Estimating disability levels in older Australians and their demographic and socio-economic profiles is essential for identifying the need for aged care services and for the development and implementation of effective social policy on ageing. Small area estimates are produced from the spatial...
Widespread use is made of spatial targeting methods to determine the location of area-based policy initiatives within British cities. The aim of this paper is to gain a fuller understanding of the performance of such methods. A systematic comparison is made of the Government’s Index of Multiple...
The Bayesian intrinsic conditional autoregressive convolution model was used to study the spatial variations in road mortality in the regions of Belgium, France and Germany. In all three countries, the spatial structure behind relative risk is significant and spatial heterogeneity predominates...
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