GEOSTATS: GIS and spatial analysis problem
- Hi I am working on a research project that studies roadkills on the Trans-Canada
Highway, a linear vector spanning over 141 miles. I am looking at hotspots, or
clusters of roadkills along the highway, from small to large mammals. I am
starting with a simple analysis that looks if the kills are related to the
access points, (breaks in the wildlife fence). Firstly, I was wondering if
someone knows a script that I can use that puts random points on my linear
vector, so I can look at a Chi-square test or Hines test for randomness. (Do I
need random points along the line vector or would a ploygon suffice?) Also once
I have tested for clusters, or aggregation, how do I link these clusters to the
access points. I am looking at a simple two step analysis, for testing for
clusters, and are these clusters related to the access points. It would be
great if someone could lead me in the right direction..............
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