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Messing Up Texas?: A Re-analysis of the Effects of Executions on Homicides
(Public Library of Science, 2015-09-23)
Executions in Texas from 1994-2005 do not deter homicides, contrary to the results of Land et al. (2009). We find that using different models-based on pre-tests for unit roots that correct for earlier model misspecifications-one ...
Spatially Simplified Scatterplots for Large Raster Datasets
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-24)
Scatterplots are essential tools for data exploration. However, this tool poorly scales with data-size, with overplotting and excessive delay being the main problems. Generalization methods in the attribute domain focus ...
Measuring Global Spatial Autocorrelation with Data Reliability Information
Assessing spatial autocorrelation (SA) of statistical estimates such as means is a common practice in spatial analysis and statistics. Popular SA statistics implicitly assume that the reliability of the estimates is ...