`This is a veritable tour de force of everything that is exciting about quantitative geography and GIS. It is a timely, thorough and exciting account of the state of the art and science of spatial analysis' - Paul Longley, University of Bristol
This is very good and useful textbook for quantitative geographers. On the other hand it is not suitable for my course of statistics because the course is dealing just with the elementary statistics. I will definitely try to recommend it to my colleagues.
Initially I had considered this book as a recommended text for my undergraduates. But after reviewing it, I felt that it should be more recommended for post-grads, especially in view of those chapters in which the maths gets to higher levels.
For my undergrads, I am sieving some parts of it in my lectures and recommending it as an supplementary texts, especially for those students who have higher skills in mathematics.
Too advanced for an UG course. Would recommend as supplement reading for an MSc course
This was too specific for my course, but I will recommend it to appropriate students
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