In the Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM), analyse refers to the phases in the statistical production where statistics are produced, examined in detail and made ready for dissemination. Spatial analysis can be understood as the process of examining the locations, attributes, and relationships of spatial features in spatial information through overlay, distances, spatial selection, intersection, aggregation and other analytical techniques in order to address a question or gain useful knowledge. Spatial analysis extracts or creates new information from geospatial information.
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- Assessing urban green space in Sweden
- Access to emergency hospitals
- Mapping high-resolution population and employment data in urban areas: some tests taking into account height and functions of buildings
- Climate statistics at LAU 1 and NUTS III levels (PT)
- Feasibility study on potential accessibility indicators to schools (PT)
- Potential territorial coverage of broadband internet access (PT)