Quantitative Geography

Author: A Stewart Fotheringham
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446228339
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Integrating a discussion of the application of quantitative methods with practical examples, this book explains the philosophy of the new quantitative methodologies and contrasts them with the methods associated with geography's ...

Quantitative Geography

Author: Richard Harris
Publisher: Sage Publications Limited
ISBN: 9781446296547
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Written in short, user-friendly chapters with full-colour diagrams, the book guides the reader through a wide range of topics from the basic to the more advanced, including: Statistics Maths Graphics Models Mapping and GIS R Closely aligned ...

Introducing Quantitative Geography

Author: Larry O'Brien
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134987803
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Building on this, the book explores and clarifies the intellectual and practical problems presented by numerical and technological advances in the field.

Quantitative And Statistical Approaches To Geography

Author: John A. Matthews
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483278808
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QUANTIFICATION and statistics are present, in some form or other, in all
branches of Geography. It follows, therefore, that no geographer can be
adequately prepared to pursue the subject unless he or she has at least an
elementary knowledge of this group of techniques. A knowledge of quantitative
and statistical techniques is necessary to obtain full benefit from the literature of
Geography, which increasingly (and quite rightly) tends to expect from the reader
a basic level of technical ...

Qualitative Change In Human Geography

Author: S. S. Duncan
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483151409
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Change in Geography The context of this issue of Geoforum is the current
disarray of geography with the decay of quantitative geography as the dominant
mode of explanation. Declining interest in quantitative geography has gone hand
in hand with a realisation of its inability to solve empirical or explanatory
problems. It is just this disarray, however, which is currently so fruitful in creating
impulses for innovation and development after a period when geography's scope
and potential ...