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    Wilson A. John Wiley, London. Wright D. Wrigley N. It offers a spirited challenge to critics of a scientific approach to social science, and demonstrates the value of its subject matter through abundant examples' - Michael Goodchild, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of California, Santa Barbara.

    This book should correct this view. First, it shows that quantitative methods have remained an exciting area of development and, second, it shows that, if anything, they have more relevance to substantive problems of interest than they have ever had. Although not specifically about GIS, it is a book that should be read by everyone concerned with the analysis of geographical. This is very good and useful textbook for quantitative geographers. On the other hand it is not suitable for my course of statistics because the course is dealing just with the elementary statistics.

    I will definitely try to recommend it to my colleagues. Initially I had considered this book as a recommended text for my undergraduates. But after reviewing it, I felt that it should be more recommended for post-grads, especially in view of those chapters in which the maths gets to higher levels.

    For my undergrads, I am sieving some parts of it in my lectures and recommending it as an supplementary texts, especially for those students who have higher skills in mathematics.

    Researchers can explore methods concepts to help them design research projects, understand particular methods or identify a new method, conduct their research, and write up their findings. Skip to main content. Other Titles in: Quantitative Methods in Geography. Download flyer Recommend to Library. Key issues discussed include: the nature of modern quantitative geography; spatial data; geographical information systems; visualization; local analysis; point pattern analysis; spatial regression; and statistical inference. Concluding with a review of models used in spatial theory, the authors discuss the current challenges to spatial data analysis.

    Although not specifically about GIS, it is a book that should be read by everyone concerned with the analysis of geographical information' - David Unwin, Birkbeck College, University of London.

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