[GIS Book/PDF] Qualitative GIS: A Mixed Methods Approach
Geographic Information Systems are an essential tool for analyzing and representing quantitative spatial data. Qualitative GIS explains the recent integration of qualitative research with Geographical Information Systems. Making reference to representation, analysis, and theory throughout, the text shows how to frame questions, collect data, analyze results, and represent findings in a truly integrated way. An important addition to the mixed methods literature, Qualitative GIS will be the standard reference for upper-level students and researchers using qualitative methods and Geographic Information Systems.
Author(s): Meghan Cope, Sarah Elwood
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd, Year: 2009
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