[R-sig-Geo] query regarding gwr.gauss from the spgwr library

Simone Ruzza simone.ruzza12 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 27 03:43:17 CEST 2015

Dear list,

apologies for the total beginner's question. I would like to use
gwr.gauss function to calculate weights "manually" without resorting
to ggwr.sel.   I have seen the example from the spgwr manual:

plot(seq(-10,10,0.1), gwr.Gauss(seq(-10,10,0.1)^2, 3.5), type="l")

I was wondering if anyone knows of an example with a real dataset
(e.g. the columbus dataset that comes with the package). I understand
that this function is a key step in ggwr.sel, but, when looking into
ggwr.sel, I could not work out how it calculates the vector of squared
distances between observations and fit point for the dataset provided
in the package.

thanks in advance for your help,


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