GeoDa in the Classroom

 

GeoDa is used in more than two dozen labs across the U.S. and in the world. Resources for teaching include the GeoDa workbook, spatial autocorrelation demo, and sample datasets. Below are several examples of courses that use GeoDa:

 

Institution: Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science
Course: Spatial Analysis for the Undergraduate Social Science Curriculum
Instructor: Professor Michael Goodchild

 

Institution: Mississippi State University
Course: Spatial Analysis of Social Data
Instructor: Professor Frank M. Howell

 

Institution: Norges Handelshøyskole
Course: Empirisk markedsanalyse (Empirical market analysis)
Instructor: Professor Roger Bivand

 

Institution: University of California at Santa Barbara
Course 1: Regional Development Theory
Course 2: Urban Economic Geography (GEOG 108E)
Resources: GeoDa Labs
Instructor: Professor Stuart Sweeney

 

Institution: University of Michigan

Course: Environmental Spatial Data Analysis
Instructor: Professor Dan G. Brown

 

Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Course: Urban and Regional Analysis
Instructor: Professor Ed Feser

 

Institution: University of Wisconsin at Madison
Course: Spatial Data Analysis for Social Scientists
Instructor: Professor Paul R. Voss