Category Archives: Spatial analysis

Spaces of gambling risk in Newham

Our latest gambling vulnerability risk index for the London Borough of Newham has now been published. Our methodology incorporates evidence on the theoretical markers of gambling-related harm, and uses small-area data sources and geostatistics to model where these areas may be. You can examine the patterns in Newham below or here. [iframe src="//mapcase.geofutures.com/gamblingriskindex/newham/"...
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Can’t get to the Post Office? You probably live here.

Since the early 1980s the number of UK post offices has almost halved, but since around 2009 the number has remained reasonably consistent, and the Post Office Ltd has committed to maintaining around 11,500 branches and continued accessibility for all. However since 2017 we are losing around 1%...
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The end of the Severn crossing tolls: what’s happened to house prices?

For 50 years cars have been charged to drive to Wales from England using the Severn crossing bridges. Commuting and visiting came at a cost to those wishing to move between the countries around the River Severn, but in December 2018 these tolls were removed, framing a new economy of movement in the area. This will in...
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Eight things you can do with GIS

Exploratory spatial data analysis
At the heart of what we do for clients, the spatial statistical analysis and visualisation of data across space, as well as the combination of multiple datasets unified by location, reveals insights which two-dimension stats analysis rarely can. We are also currently developing spatial data mining techniques that build on...
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