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Quantitative Techniques in Geography: An Introduction
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QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN GEOGRAPHY: AN INTRODUCTION

PAPERBACK BY HAMMOND, R. (SENIOR LECTURER IN GEOGRAPHY, TRENT POLYTECHNIC, NOTTINGHAM); MCCULLAGH, PATRICK S. (FORMALLY PRINCIPAL LECTURER IN GEOGRAPHY, TRENT POLYTECHNIC)

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ISBN
9780198740674
IMPRINT
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
 
 
EDITION
2ND REVISED EDITION
PUBLISHER
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
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FORMAT
PAPERBACK
PAGES
386 pages
PUBLICATION DATE
09 NOV 1978

DESCRIPTION

This new and enlarged edition contains extra material on a number of topics, including geography and computers, transformation and combination of date, cluster sampling, the use of surrogates and linear programming. As in the first edition the authors attempt to give an insight into some of the techniques and underlying concepts of numerical analysis which form such an integral part of modern geography. Worked examples and exercises for the student are included throughout the text. The examples are taken from both physical and human geography.