Other topics include spatial sampling, geovisualization, geostatistics and spatial interpolation and geographically weighted regression.
What does GWR stand for?
GWR stands for Geographically Weighted Regression
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We have 50 other meanings of GWR in our Acronym Attic
- Goldmann-Witmer Quotient
- Great West Quarter (London, UK)
- Ground Water Quality
- Great Western Quartet Convention
- Ground Water Quality Criteria
- Georgia Water Quality Control Act
- Ground-Water Quality Monitoring
- Ground Water Quality Rule (Board of Environmental Quality; Idaho)
- Ground Water Quality Standards
- General War Reserves
- Gift with Reservation (taxation)
- Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (UK)
- God's Wonderful Railway (Great Western Railway nickname)
- Graphical Wireless Reporting
- Great Way Round (Great Western Railway nickname)
- Great Western Radio (international radio group)
- Great Western Railway (UK Company)
- Greater Washington Region (Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC)
- Gross Weight on Rail (transportation)
- Ground-Water Recharge (geology; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this paper, we present a hybrid approach--robust principal component geographically weighted regression (RPCGWR)--to examine both the location of urban land use and the relative influence of socioeconomic, demographic, policy, and environmental factors.
One way to examine the geographic relationships of a series of variables with a dependent population-based rate as dependent variable in a multivariate model is to use geographically weighted regression (GWR).