GGRC32H3 Essential Spatial Analysis

This course builds on introductory statistics and GIS courses by introducing students to the core concepts and methods of spatial analysis. With an emphasis on spatial thinking in an urban context, topics such as distance decay, distance metrics, spatial interaction, spatial distributions, and spatial autocorrelation will be used to quantify spatial patterns and identify spatial processes. These tools are the essential building blocks for the quantitative analysis of urban spatial data.
Area of focus: Urban Geography

Prerequisite: 

Any 8.0 credits including [ STAB23H3 and GGRB30H3]

Exclusion: 

GGR276H

Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Quantitative Reasoning