I study the geographical-spatial dimensions of population and health, as related to the physical and built environments using tools in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and spatial statistics. Population dynamics, both spatial and temporal, are the sources of almost all problems. Therefore, understanding population, its dynamics, and characteristics is a must to address any problem.
■ Choropleth mapping of SEER*Stat data incorporating data reliability statistics
■ Uncertainty in Spatial Data: Identification, Visualization and Utilization
■ Heuristic spatial cluster detection methods
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■ M.Oka and D. W. S. Wong. Segregation: a multi- contextual and multi-faceted phenomenon in stratified societies. In Handbook of Urban Geography, eds. T. Schwanen and R. van Kempen, 255–280. Edward Elgar Publishing. (2019).