Some applications of geo-statistical methods in urban research
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- 1.Those methods which treat statistical series with an areal distribution we call “geostatistical.”Google Scholar
- 2.Most of the geo-statistical methods referred to in this paper are described in detail in: J. Q. Stewart and W. Warntz, “Some Parameters of the Geographical Distribution of Population,”Geographical Review, vol. 49, 1959, pp. 270–72; W. Warntz and D. Neft, “Contributions to a Statistical Methodology for Areal Distributions,”Journal of Regional Science, vol. 2, 1960, pp. 47–66; and R. Bachi, “Standard Distance Measures and Related Methods for Spatial Analysis,”Papers, Regional Science Association, vol. 10, 1962, pp. 83–132. A more detailed reference list can be found in the above articles by: Warntz and Neft, p. 65; and Bachi, pp. 131–132.Google Scholar
- 3.Roberto Bachi,Population Distribution and Internal Migration in Israel, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1965.Google Scholar
- 4.Roberto Bachi and Arie Shachar,Structure and Problems of Conurbations in Israel, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1965.Google Scholar
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- 6.Referred to also as the “Dynamical Radius of a Population”; see: J. Q. Stewart and W. Warntz, “Macrogeography and Social Science,”Geographical Review, vol. 48, 1958, pp. 167–84. Also, the “Standard Distance Deviation” by Warntz and Neft,op. cit. “Contributions to a Statistical Methodology for Areal Distributions,”Journal of Regional Science, vol. 2, 1960, pp. 47–66Google Scholar
- 7.A. Shachar,The Central Business District of Tel Aviv, Ph. D. Thesis, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1966.Google Scholar
- 8.On the problem of the influence of the type of the areal division on geo-statistical measures, see: Otis Dudley Duncan et al,Statistical Geography, New York, Free Press of Glencoe, 1961, pp. 85–94.Google Scholar
- 9.Under the direction of Roberto Bachi.Google Scholar
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