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Jesper Møller and Rasmus Plenge Waagepetersen (). Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data. Sudipto Banerjee, Bradley P. Carlin, and . PDF | 30 minutes read | On Jan 1, , S.B. Banerjee and others published Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis of Spatial Data. Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data. 2nd Edition. Sudipto Banerjee, Bradley P. Carlin, Alan E. Gelfand. Hardback $
These applications are based on data in ecology … , epidemiology and public health … , environmental sciences … , and economics … To conclude, the second edition of Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data provides an excellent treatment of methods and applications in spatial statistics. Add to Wish List. After 10 years of publishing the first edition, the authors have completed this very updated and comprehensive monograph. Volume 71 , Issue 1 March Pages They nicely illustrate the use of the methods that are exposed in the book. Many thanks to the authors for their effort.
To have a rough idea of the changes in this new edition, the first edition had ten chapters and this new edition has fifteen. The topic on modeling and analysis of point patterns that was missing in the first edition has now a full new chapter including marked point processes, space—time point patterns, and sections on measurement errors, scan statistics, and preferential sampling.
The first edition chapter on multivariate spatial modeling has been split into two new chapters: Both chapters deserved attention by themselves. Two new interesting sections have been added. Two new chapter additions are also more than welcome: As a researcher interesting in disease mapping I would like to add a comment on the contents of Chapter 6 Section 6.
Some recent papers have argued however that this prior might produce negative correlations for regions that are located further apart. I think that the parametrization proposed by Leroux, Lei, and Breslow and presented also in the book there is a typo by the way in the reference on p.
I have no doubts that this updated text will continue being a compulsory reference for those graduate students and researchers interested in understanding and applying any of the three areas of spatial statistics: The literature in space and space—time modeling is growing in the last years and this book represents a more gentle and updated introduction to the field than the classical books by 8 or 2 , apart from containing many exercises, good examples, and comments on computational tools in some of the chapters.
In addition, electronic versions of most of the data sets are maintained by Brad Carlin at the url http: The license free software and the data availability facilitate also the use of this book for teaching. The monograph is printed in color and this helps to see better some of the graphical representations that were printed in black and white in the previous edition. It is not too pleasant however, the glossy paper used in the book for two reasons: Both minor inconveniences can easily be overcome using the electronic version if necessary and do not affect at all to the contents of this excellent book that I highly recommend for anyone interested in the fascinating field of space and space—time modeling.
This is definitely one of those second edition books that is worthwhile having it. Many thanks to the authors for their effort. Maria Dolores Ugarte.
Volume 71 , Issue 1. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Biometrics Volume 71, Issue 1. Book Review Free Access. First published: They succeeded.
It is accessible and comprehensive, and it fully explores how useful spatial statistics can be without sacrificing the theory it is grounded in.
This is a great book for graduate students and professors who want to understand the theoretical underpinnings of the field as well as practitioners who want a toolkit for tackling spatial problems. Indeed, these examples are so comprehensive that readers could learn a lot by simply going through them. The accessible theoretical material paired with these detailed examples make Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Spatial Data an especially substantial and worthwhile investment.
We recommend this book to anyone who seriously wants to start being involved in spatial statistics. This is definitely one of those second edition books that is worthwhile having. Many thanks to the authors for their effort.
Praise for the First Edition: Most of the emphasis is on insight and intuition with relatively little on traditional multivariate techniques. I also found some of the explanations delightful … while they did not convert me to Bayesianism, [the authors] made me reconsider some of my assumptions.
They later state 'Our book is intended as a research monograph, presenting the state of the art' and my impression is that they have succeeded … In many sections the formulae are augmented by showing R or S code, making it easy to actually apply the mathematics.
In summary, this is a nice book. Each chapter contains worked out examples using some well-known software packages and has exercises with related computer code and data on a supporting web page. The book is up to date in its coverage … an important addition to the literature on spatial data analysis.
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