Monday, November 20, 2017

GIS 4930 - Special Topics in GIS - Student Spotlight

Module 3: Analyze Week

This week's blog spotlight is from Special Topics in GIS.  For Module 3's Analyze Week, students were to perform Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) regression analysis on various independent socioeconomic variables for West Virginia in an attempt to define a statistical model that could help law enforcement agencies identify areas of potential meth lab locations (the dependent variable). 

This week, we would like to highlight the outstanding work of Adam Edumundson!

His blog post, in clear, cogent language, defined the complex methodology of this week's efforts while adding in some humor to make it a very approachable fun read for GIS and non-GIS professionals alike.  Adam has always turned in work that had light-hearted comments that gave insight into his various methodologies, and this blog post is no different!  Great job, Adam!

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