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New Methods of Geostatistical Analysis and Graphical Presentation

Distributions of Populations over Territories

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xlii
  2. Basic Concepts

  3. Graphical Presentation of Geographical—Statistical Data

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 113-113
    2. Pages 115-134
    3. Pages 169-184
  4. Parameters Measuring Characteristics of Primary and Derived Geosets

  5. Summary Comparison of Geosets via Calculation of the Minimal Distance between Them

About this book

Introduction

From the Foreword:
`The chief aim of this book is to present the reader with an integrated system of methods dealing with geographical statistics (`geostatistics') and their applications. It sums up developments based on the vast experience accumulated by Professor Bachi over several decades of research. Interest in the quantitative locational aspects of geography and in the common ground of geography and statistics has grown rapidly, involving an ever-increasing spectrum of scientific disciplines ... the present volume will fill a genuine need - as a textbook, as a reference work, and as a practical aid for geographers, applied statisticians, demographers, ecologists, regional planners, economists, professional staff of official statistical agencies, and others.' - E. Peritz, G. Nathan, N. Kadmon.

Keywords

evolution geostatistical analysis geostatistics graphical presentation population statistics

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  1. 1.Late of the Hebrew University of JerusalemJerusalemIsrael

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`The Chief aim of this book is to present the reader with an integrated system of methods dealing with geographical statistics (`geostatistics') and their applications. It sums up developments based on the vast experience accumulated by Professor Bachi over several decades of research. Interest in the quantative locational aspects of geography and in the common ground of geography and statistics has grown rapidly, involving an ever-increasing spectrum of scientific disciplines...the present volume will fill a genuine need as a text book, as a reference work, and as a practical aid for geographers, applied statisticians, demographers, ecologists, professional staff of oficial statistical agencies, and others.'
E. Peritz, G. Nathan, N. Kadman