This is the second of two volumes dealing with aspects of the analysis of spatial data. The first volume concentrated on describing recent advances made in methods for the analysis of point pattern data and on a synopsis of the regression methods available for the analysis of quantitative spatial data. The present volume concentrates on the problems presented by categorical and directional data. The authors have provided worked examples wherever possible and have made reference to the source literature for those requiring more details.
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