GEOSTATS: SUM: GAUSS-codes for space-time data
- Some time ago I posted the query below about computer codes (preferably
GAUSS) for analyzing space-time data.
Meanwhile I got two responses:
- Roger Bivand has codes in R (http://www.ci.tuwien.ac.at/R/).
- Kelley Pace (kelley@...) has provided me with a spatial
statistical tool box written in Matlab.
For the ones that are interested in the GAUSS codes of SpaceStat, will
find some of them in the following article (the article also contains
procedures in other languages) which is part of a special issue about
Space and Applied Econometrics:
Anselin, Luc and Sheri Hudak, 1992, Spatial Econometrics in Practice,
Regional Science and Urban Economics 22/3, 539-558.
> Hi everybody,--
> can anyone provide me with / or tell me where I can find preferably
> GAUSS-codes (or any other major statistical program) for spatial
> statistical models (like spatial autoregressive models in the dependent
> variable/the error term, etc.) in the way they are available in
> Anselin's SpaceStat, for which the codes are not publicly available?
> I am analyzing space-time raster data and SpaceStat only offers
> cross-sectional modelling. Therefore, I would like to use GAUSS-codes
> (which hopefully are available somewhere) for purely cross-sectional
> models and extend them - I am thinking of SUR or error components
> techniques like described in Anselin (1988), chapter 10 - to estimating
> space-time models. The best thing of course would be if someone could
> provide me with GAUSS-codes for such space-time models.
> Thanks much and will sum.
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