Quadrat Analysis_RW_Thomas

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Unformatted text preview: 's idea of the 'mean area of clumping'. Because relatively fewer cells are coastal as the block size increases, the frequency array becomes more clustered as proportionately more points appear in single cells. Consequently, the scale with the highest redundancy will be the optimum block size for the identification of major clusters of ship-building firms. A. Theoretical and Statistical Anscombe, F.J. (1950), Sampling theory of the negative binomial and logarithmic series distributions. Biometrika, 37, 358-82. Bliss, C.I. & Fisher, R.A. (1953), Fitting the negative binomial to biological data, and note on the efficient fitting of the negative binomial. Biometrics 9 , 176-200. , Bliss, C.I. & Owen, A.R.G. (1958), Negative binomial distributions with a common k. Biometrika, 45, 37-58. Clark, P.J. & Evans, F.C. (1954), Distance to nearest neighbour as a measure of spatial relationships in populations. Ecology, 35, 445-453. VII. CONCLUSIONS Point patterns are one of the most elementary ways of representing a geographical variable. Yet we have se...
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