- Events planning to attend/attended
- Other events
- British Society for Population Studies (BSPS) Annual Conference 2013
- Events on the horizon
- Funding Opportunities
- Google Research Awards
- Browsing 2013-09 Blog Google docs Document
- Seminar on 'Energy for Transport: Challenges and Opportunities'
- ICS Audiovisual Heritage Meeting on Audiovisual Archives and Contemporaneity: Opportunities, Challenges and Changes
- Joint CAB and CSJ research cluster Meeting
- SPDS Seminar led by Paul Routledge "Territorializing Movement: Climate Change and the Geopolitics of Occupations"
- Research Data Leeds Operational Team Meeting
- Research Data Repository Group Meeting
- Calculating the distance between two areas
- Sometimes it is useful to calculate the minimum, maximum, mean, and variance of the differences between sets of areas, but how best to do this?
- For the more complex measures we can rasterise at a resolution and calculate the average distance between each raster point in one area and each other area.
- With the mean and the same rasterisation, we can then calculate variances.
- Varying the rasterisation in terms of resolution and looking at the effects in terms of these measures would be interesting.
- Surely this has been done before...
- I have been thinking that this would be useful for migration research or for applications of spatial interaction models generally.