[Openspace] more questions...
monica.palaseanu-lovejoy at stud.man.ac.uk
Tue Dec 16 13:50:34 CST 2003
The weights are already raw standardized. The word "threshold" is
correct spelled, and you yourself answered the third question. How
did you calculated the expected spatial lag for 50 km and 175 km
to compare with what GeoDa does? if you use different thresholds
you will certainly get different spatial lags.
I don't know about computing an inverse distance matrix in GeoDa
but if you look into R - a free statistical software
(http://cran.r-project.org/), there is a package called spdep which
reads data from GeoDa like the weight matrix.
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