Ordering of spatial analysis

Each statistically described phenomenon has a time-space component, which enables to use statistical data for spatial analyses. Spatial analysis is the solving of geographical tasks (distance, location, distribution, interaction, etc.) with the help of mathematical algorithms of GIS and map software. Generally, with spatial analysis, answers to the following questions can be given:

  • How has a particular phenomenon distributed in space?
  • What kind of patterns do these phenomena create?
  • Where are the clusters situated?
  • How do the patterns and/or clusters of phenomena compare?
  • What are the relationships between objects or object values like?

Some examples of what can be ordered

Spatial analyses can be ordered based on the hourly rate.

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