Re: GEOSTATS: multinomial logit model for transition probability
- Yiqiu Yao wrote:
> I am a postgraduate student in GIS. In my study I will useCheck out:
> multinomial logit model to calculate the transition probability
> of land use change. Has anybody out there familiar with this method?
> How I can calculate the logit coefficient of the model. Is there
> any application reference I can find? I appreciate your help very
for a copy of "Dealing with Uncertainty in Categorical Coverage Maps:
Defining, Visualizing, and Managing Errors". This paper includes a
section describing a model for representing transition probability in a
field (as apposed to an object representation of data.
If your looking an object representation, see:
for "MEAN OBJECTS: EXTENDING THE CONCEPT OF CENTRAL TENDENCY TO COMPLEX
SPATIAL OBJECTS IN GIS" or Vol. 1 of IJGIS.
Charles R. Ehlschlaeger, Assistant Professor
Department of Geography, Hunter College
695 Park Avenue New York, NY 10021
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