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A “Caesarian,”“Augustan,” or “Justinian” Worldview of Theoretical and Quantitative Geography?
Baker, Robert G. V.
A Personal Perspective from Being a Student of the Quantitative Revolution
Stimson, Robert J.
Baker, Robert G.V.; Stimson, Robert J.
The Spirit of Quantitative Geography
From Spatial Analysis to Geospatial Science
Berry, Brian J. L.; Griffith, Daniel A.; Tiefelsdorf, Michael R.
Behavioral Geography and the Theoretical/Quantitative Revolution
Golledge, Reginald G.
Geography, Space, and Science: Perspectives from Studies of Migration and Geographical Sorting
Clark, William A. V.
Demographic Modeling of the Geography of Migration and Population: A Multiregional Perspective
A History of the Concept of Spatial Autocorrelation: A Geographer's Perspective
Statistical Perspectives on Geographic Information Science
Goodchild, Michael F.
Is Geography (Still) a Science?
Quantitative Human Geography: Are We Turning Full Circle?
The Local Shape of Revolution: Reflections on Quantitative Geography at Cambridge in the 1950s and 1960s