Spatial Interaction Modelling
19-20th October 2017
Cathie Marsh Institute, University of Manchester
This hands on course is designed to equip participants with the skills to build, calibrate and apply spatial interaction models suitable for addressing a broad range of research questions. We don’t assume any prior knowledge of spatial interaction modelling and begin by building a SIM for modelling consumer flows between home and retail stores. This intuitively straightforward example is used to understand the model structure, key theoretical assumptions and the model building and calibration process. We work with this model to understand model disaggregation and we also use this example to highlight one of the major commercial applications of the SIM.
For more information and to book https://www.ncrm.ac.uk/training/show.php?article=7260