Testing the first-order separability hypothesis for spatio-temporal point patterns

By Ghorbani Mohammad, Vafaei Nafiseh, Dvořák Jiří, and Myllymäki Mari
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2021)

  • Jiří Dvořák

    Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague

    Czech Republic

  • Mari Myllymäki

    Finland

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March 27, 2021

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Examples and R functions implementing: - permutation-based tests of the first-order separability hypothesis for point patterns, - vizualization tools for assessing first-order separability, both static and interactive, - stochastic reconstruction procedure for space-time point patterns. Note that all the files are saved with UTF-8 encoding (only relevant for the authors' names).

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