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Minimum geocoding success rates: The impact of data and areal unit sizes

(2018)
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An empirical test of crime generators and attractors.

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Andresen, Martin, Nick Malleson, Michael Townsley, Wouter Steenbeek, and Christophe Vandeviver. 2018. “Minimum Geocoding Success Rates: The Impact of Data and Areal Unit Sizes.” In .
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Andresen, Martin, Malleson, N., Townsley, M., Steenbeek, W., & Vandeviver, C. (2018). Minimum geocoding success rates: The impact of data and areal unit sizes. Presented at the Environmental Criminology and Crime Analysis ECCA Symposium.
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Andresen M, Malleson N, Townsley M, Steenbeek W, Vandeviver C. Minimum geocoding success rates: The impact of data and areal unit sizes. 2018.
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Andresen, Martin, Nick Malleson, Michael Townsley, et al. “Minimum Geocoding Success Rates: The Impact of Data and Areal Unit Sizes.” 2018. Print.
@inproceedings{8564715,
  author       = {Andresen, Martin and Malleson, Nick and Townsley, Michael and Steenbeek, Wouter and Vandeviver, Christophe},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Elche, Spain},
  title        = {Minimum geocoding success rates: The impact of data and areal unit sizes},
  year         = {2018},
}