Friday, March 17, 2017, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
University of Arizona, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Guggenheim room 205
This talk will provide an overview of recent work on spatial distribution dynamics considering the evolution of cross-sectional spatial distributions over time. Families of new analytics based on rank concordance and discrete Markov chains are discussed, and derived analytics for global and local spatio-temporal clustering are presented with a particular focus on regional income inequality dynamics in the US. The implementation of these analytics in the open source library PySAL is also presented.
Co-sponsored by Environmental Studies Program.
Free and open to the public.