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Geographically Weighted Regression
MGWR is a new release of a Microsoft Windows & MacOS based application software for calibrating both multi-scale as well as traditional geographically weighted regression (GWR) models, which can be used to explore geographically varying relationships between dependent/response variables and independent/explanatory variables.
Geodesign platform for facility location
Collablocation is a free, open-source geodesign platform for facility location problems. Collablocation extends geodesign from its roots in land-use planning to facilities such as fuel stations (our first application), schools, fire stations, or virtually anything that can be represented as a set of points on a map.
Map/Analyze cycling experiences
Our goal is to map your cycling experience to make biking safer. You know your local cycling trouble spots and we want you to map them. Your knowledge of cycling safety, hazards, and even bike thefts will be analyzed using GIS and statistics to identify hot spots of cycling safety, risk, and crime.
Comfort Mapping and cycling
Happy maps is a comfort mapping index created to map your cycling experience and to make biking more fun. Happy maps is designed to empower cyclists and communities to share their biking experiences with the world. Map your bike routes and trails and tell us what makes these routes special.
Routing for alternative-fuel vehicles
AFVROUTING is a prototype route mapping website that calculates and displays, with a single click, the best driving route given the type of fuel, the available stations, and the vehicle’s driving range. This prototype is for CNG and Hydrogen stations in 2014.