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Integrating GIS components and spatial statistical analysis in DBMSs

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The integration of GIS and spatial statistical analysis can occur in two different ways: embedding spatial statistical analysis into a GIS environment, or embedding selected GIS functions into a spatial statistical analysis environment. Attention has been given almost exclusively to the former in the past. This paper argues that the latter deserves more attention, especially with the rapid development of embeddable GIS component technology. However, because current statistical software packages have not yet provided the environment into which GIS components can be embedded, we explore the possibility of integrating GIS components and spatial statistical analysis in a current proprietary Database Management System (DBMS: Microsoft Access), which can be easily extended to incorporate statistical analysis capabilities. A conceptual framework for this integration is outlined, an interactive spatial statistical analysis module is presented, and an example is used to illustrate the advantage of this module.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2000-09-01

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