[Openspace] thoughts on spatial logistic regression
guangqingchi at wisc.edu
Mon Jan 24 22:07:23 CST 2005
Many colleagues have offered suggestions on conducting spatial logistic
regression analysis. I wish to thank you all for your assistance. While
existing and proposed approaches have different strengths and limitations,
I would tend to employ the MCMC within a multilevel context. It can be done
in R, S+, MLWin, and MATLAB. More suggestions and opinions are attached.
Please also see the articles recommended by colleagues in the following.
C.A. Gotway and W.W. Stroup. 1997. "A Generalized Linear Model Approach to
Spatial Data Analysis and Prediction." Journal of Agricultural, Biological,
and Environmental Statistics. Vol. 2, 2, pp. 157-78.
Besag, J., 1974. "Spatial Interaction and the Statistical Analysis of
Lattice Systems." J. R. Stat. Soc., B 36, 192-236.
Augustin, N.H., Mugglestone, M.A., Buckland, S.T., 1996. "An autologistic
model for the spatial distribution of wildlife." J. Appl. Ecol. 33, 339-347.
Michael D. Ward and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch. "Location, location,
location: An MCMC approach to modeling the spatial context of war and
peace." Political Analysis, 10(3):244-260, 2002.
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