Summary Measure for Spatial-Temporal Variation in Emergency Food Systems

Authors: Daniel Knudsen*, Indiana University, Kassandra R. Leuthart, Indiana University, Scott M. Robeson, Indiana University
Topics: Applied Geography, Spatial Analysis & Modeling, Quantitative Methods
Keywords: Emergency food system, spatial-temporal statistics, South Central Indiana
Session Type: Paper
Day: 4/6/2019
Start / End Time: 9:55 AM / 11:35 AM
Room: Madison A, Marriott, Mezzanine Level
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In a recent paper, Kaplan et al. (2018) illustrated the importance of taking pantry open hours into consideration when examining the emergency food system in rural South Central Indiana. Their approach, however, is cumbersome in that it involves the creation and animation of 62 layers within GIS. In this paper we propose and test a spatial-temporal summary measure that captures the same information as the Kaplan et al. (2018) technique. Results indicate that the measure accurately summarizes spatial-temporal data and that it facilitates both rapid visual display and inclusion in more comprehensive studies.

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