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This list relates to the academic year Academic Year 2015/16 which ended on 17/06/2016
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  1. General Recommended Reading 16 items
    1. Essential 6 items
      1. Geographic information systems & science - Longley, Paul c2011

        Book Essential

      2. GIS and Cartography - Michael Goodchild 2009

        Chapter Essential

    2. Recommended 7 items
      1. GIScience and Systems - Michael Goodchild 2009

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The SAGE handbook of spatial analysis - Fotheringham, A. Stewart, Rogerson, Peter 2009

        Book Recommended

      3. How to lie with maps - Monmonier, Mark S. 1996

        Book Recommended

      4. Principles of Geographic Information Systems (4th Edition) - Otto Huisman, Rolf de By 2009

        Book Recommended

      5. Principles of geographical information systems - P. A. Burrough, Rachael McDonnell 1998

        Book Recommended

      6. Quantitative geography: perspectives on spatial data analysis - Fotheringham, A. Stewart, Brunsdon, Chris, Charlton, Martin c2000

        Book Recommended

    3. Supplementary 3 items
      1. Making maps: a visual guide to map design for GIS - Krygier, John, Wood, Denis c2011

        Book Optional

      2. Ground truth: the social implications of geographic information systems - Pickles, John c1995

        Book Optional

      3. Rethinking the power of maps - Wood, Denis, Fels, John, Krygier, John c2010

        Book Optional

  2. Week 1 - Introduction to GIS 16 items
    1. Geographic information systems & science - Longley, Paul c2011

      Book  First couple of chapers

    2. The census data system - Rees, P. H. 2002

      Book 

    3. GIS: a short introduction - Schuurman, Nadine 2004

      Book 

    4. GIS: geographic information systems for the social sciences : investigating space and place - Steinberg, Steven J., Steinberg, Sheila L. c2006

      Book 

    5. Geographic information systems: socioeconomic applications - Martin, David 1996

      Book 

    6. Advanced spatial analysis: the CASA book of GIS - Longley, Paul, Batty, Michael, University College, London c2003

      Book 

    7. The references below are useful data websites which will allow you to access a range of different spatial data 6 items
  3. Week 2 - GIS: an introduction to software and cartography 15 items
    1. How to lie with maps - Monmonier, Mark S. 1996

      Book 

    2. The map reader: theories of mapping practice and cartographic representation - Dodge, Martin, Kitchin, Rob, Perkins, C. R. 2011

      Book 

    3. Rethinking Maps - Rob Kitchin, Martin Dodge

      Document 

    4. Designing better maps: a guide for GIS users - Brewer, Cynthia A. 2005

      Book 

    5. The visual display of quantitative information - Tufte, Edward R. c2001

      Book 

    6. The atlas of the real world: mapping the way we live - Dorling, Daniel, Newman, M. E. J., Barford, Anna 2008

      Book 

    7. Unfolding mapping practices: a new epistemology for cartography - Rob Kitchin, Justin Gleeson, Martin Dodge 07/2013

      Article 

    8. Lying with Maps - Mark Monmonier 2005

      Journal Essential

  4. Week 3 - Representing Geographic Information 17 items
    1. Data manipulation with R - Phil Spector c2008

      Book 

    2. Applied spatial data analysis with R - Roger Bivand, Edzer J. Pebesma, Virgilio Gómez-Rubio c2008

      Book 

    3. ggplot2: elegant graphics for data analysis - Hadley Wickham c2009

      Book 

    4. The Special Nature of Geographic Data - R. Haining

      Chapter 

    5. Chapter 3 - Representing Geography

      Chapter 

    6. Chapter 5 - Georeferencing

      Chapter 

    7. Generalization - W Mackaness, O Chaudhry 2009

      Chapter 

  5. Week 4 - Uncertainty and GIS 10 items
    1. How to Lie With Maps - Chapter 10

      Chapter 

    2. Quantification, Evidence, Positivism - Stewart Fotheringham

      Chapter 

    3. Chapter 6 - Uncertainty

      Chapter 

    4. The modifiable area unit problem (MAUP) - David Wong

      Chapter 

    5. Ground Truth - Chapters 1, 3 & 7

      Chapter 

  6. Week 5 - Spatial Analysis Methodologies 9 items
    1. Geographic Information Systems and Science - Chapters 14 & 15

      Chapter 

    2. Chapter 1 of Statistical methods for geography: a student's guide

      Chapter 

    3. Tobler's First Law and Spatial Analysis - Harvey J. Miller 06/2004

      Article 

    4. The 32 stops: lives on London's Central Line - Daniel Dorling 2013

      Book 

  7. Week 6 - Core Components to Spatial Analysis: Spatial Autocorrelation 13 items
    1. Spatial autocorrelation - A. D. Cliff, J. K. Ord 1973

      Book 

    2. Spatial autocorrelation - Michael F. Goodchild 1986

      Book 

    3. Local models for spatial analysis - Christopher D. Lloyd c2011

      Book Recommended

    4. Spatial Point Pattern Analysis and Its Application in Geographical Epidemiology - Anthony Gattrell, Trevor Bailey, Peter Diggle, Barry Rowlingson 1996

      Journal Recommended

    5. Modelling spatial point patterns in R - Adrian Baddeley, Rolf Turner 2006

      Article 

  8. Week 7 - Spatial Statistics 1: Descriptive Statistics 9 items
    1. Discovering statistics using R - Andy P. Field, Jeremy Miles, Zoë Field 2012

      Book 

    2. Spatial statistics - Brian D. Ripley c1981

      Book 

    3. Spatial statistics: geospatial information modeling and thematic mapping - Mohammed A. Kalkhan c2011

      Book 

    4. Spatial statistics & geostatistics: theory and applications for geographic information science & technology - Yongwan Chun, Daniel A. Griffith 2013

      Book 

    5. Statistical methods for geography: a student's guide - Peter Rogerson 2010

      Book 

    6. Geodemographics, GIS, and neighbourhood targeting - Richard Harris, Peter Sleight, Richard Webber c2005

      Book 

    7. Geodemographics - Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke 2009

      Chapter 

    8. Statistics in geography and environmental science - Richard Harris, Claire Jarvis 2011

      Book 

  9. Week 8 - Spatial Statistics 2: Inferential Statistics 5 items
    1. Discovering statistics using R - Andy P. Field, Jeremy Miles, Zoë Field 2012

      Book 

    2. Geographically weighted regression: the analysis of spatially varying relationships - A. Stewart Fotheringham, Chris Brunsdon, Martin Charlton c2002

      Book 

  10. Week 9 - Spatial Surfaces 3 items
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