[Openspace] exporting analysis result
koschins at uiuc.edu
Fri Dec 21 07:12:10 CST 2007
1. Right-click on the LISA maps: save results (clusters), which will add a field to your table with 0=non-sig, 1=hihi, etc. in the order of the LISA legend.
2. Then right-click on your table - 'save to shapefile as' to create a new shapefile with the added field.
3. This only saves the cluster core, not the neighbors. In a GIS, open the new file and do a spatial selection of the core and neighbors (defined by your weights matrix) if you want a map with the full clusters, not just a core.
From: atomek <togu84 at gmail.com>
Date: Dec 20, 2007 5:43 PM
Subject: [Openspace] exporting analysis result to gis
To: Openspace List
Hi. First I want to put my opinion on GeoDa: it helps me do my analysis with an intuitive gui, something just too simple for astatistical program ;)
What I am asking is, as the title says, what is the method to export my mapped results back to GIS? I have my HighHigh, HighLow, LowHigh, LowLow cluster maps which I want attributed this way (HighHigh, HighLow, LowHigh, LowLow) to be exported to .shp? right now I do it with registering saved rasters and auto-tracing chosen-color areas with Manifold but when I see how many Cluster Maps I want in my gis, I know there has to be some more automated method.
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