From: Andy Bunn (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 08 Apr 2003 - 01:17:25 EST
With this type of binary spatial data it would be nice to use
autologistic regression. I recently asked the list if there was a R
autologit function and nobody thought that there was. However, Jennifer
Hoeting has an S+ (and C++) version at her website:
Mantel's test has also been used successfully on binary spatially
Schick, R.S., Urban, D.L., 2000, Spatial Components of Bowhead
Whale(Balaena mysticetus) distribution in the Alaskan Beufort Sea.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries Aquatic Sciences, 57, 2193-2200.
I have a highly confounded binary dataset that has first and second
order spatial effects (live vs. dead trees and a host of environmental
correlates) for which I'm looking for a tidy analytical framework. I
haven't really found the right thing just yet.
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