[R-sig-Geo] Spatiotemporal autocorrelation in R
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Sat Sep 14 15:50:39 CEST 2019
Tks Roger for your patience and detailed instruction sincerely!
Business School of Anhui University of Technology
At 2019-09-14 16:33:19, "Roger Bivand" <Roger.Bivand using nhh.no> wrote:
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>> Hi, all
>> I have also made some search on joint tempospatial correlation of
>> bivariate. Maybe it's possible to calculate spatial autocorrelation of
>> bivariate for each year(just by Geoda), then loop by yearly lag, as Todd
>> said. Some titles of relevant papers as follows:
>> 1.CARBayesST version 3.0.1 - spatiotemporal areal unit modeling in R
>> with conditional autoregressive priors
>> 2.Analyzing spatio-temporal auttocorrelation with LISTA-Viz
>> 3.Controlling for localised spatio-temporal autocorrelation in long-term
>> air pollution and health studies
>> 4.Multivariate temporal and spatio-temporal methods
>> 5.Spatiotemporal - An R package
>> 6.A spatio-temporal model for estimating the long-term effects of air
>> pollution on respiratory hospital admissions in Greater London
>> Similarly, we have measured two variables(urban land and population
>> yearly growth in 2010-2017 in Yangtze River Delta) and want to study
>> their joint tempospatial correlation, i.e.We just want to check if there
>> is significant tempospatial correlation between urban land and
>> population growth. If there is, where is main cluster located and what's
>> lag order of time and space where this cluster happened? Hope for your
>> Tks for Jay Lee's supply of above references.
>> Jun Li
>> Business School of AHUT, China
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