Posts Tagged: analysis

linear regression models: exploring possibilities

The following paper and code where prepared for the module GIS and Science of the MRes Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualization of the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) of UCL. You can find the code and the data used

linear regression models: exploring possibilities

The following paper and code where prepared for the module GIS and Science of the MRes Advanced Spatial Analysis and Visualization of the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) of UCL. You can find the code and the data used

design and perception

Lefebvre argues that he “cannot understand the philosophical separation/distinction of the object and the subject, of the body and the world”. “The limits”, he continues, “seem to me unclear”1. Copying from Lefebvre’s “the production of space”: “For the most part,

design and perception

Lefebvre argues that he “cannot understand the philosophical separation/distinction of the object and the subject, of the body and the world”. “The limits”, he continues, “seem to me unclear”1. Copying from Lefebvre’s “the production of space”: “For the most part,

Decrease of farm animals

doksiadis’s visualisation of post-war greece

Reading through yesterday’s paper (Kathimerini, Greek newspaper) I came across an article advertising the reissue of a book written in 1947 by Konstantinos Doksiadis, named “The sacrifices of Greece in the second world war”, accounting the losses in various fields

Decrease of farm animals

doksiadis’s visualisation of post-war greece

Reading through yesterday’s paper (Kathimerini, Greek newspaper) I came across an article advertising the reissue of a book written in 1947 by Konstantinos Doksiadis, named “The sacrifices of Greece in the second world war”, accounting the losses in various fields