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Methods for calculating cognitive distance and accessibility from global GIS data

Manley, Ed; Filomena, Gabriele;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2020
  • Publisher: University College London UCL
Abstract
This repository contains the methods accompanying the paper 'A spatial model of cognitive distance in cities' (under review). The repository consists of three files.<div><br></div><div>The main methods are found in the Python Jupyter notebook ('Cognitive Distance Anon'). This includes methods for estimating the effect of urban features (landmarks, land uses), intersections, turns, and network density on cognitive distance. The notebook clearly highlights the parameters used in defining the effect of each facet. The notebook also contains methods for calculating cognitive distance for a range of cities, drawing down GIS data for each city from OpenStreetMap using...
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free text keywords: 120504 Land Use and Environmental Planning, 120507 Urban Analysis and Development, 120508 Urban Design, 120599 Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified, 129999 Built Environment and Design not elsewhere classified, 170299 Cognitive Science not elsewhere classified, 90903 Geospatial Information Systems, Accessibility, Cognitive Distance, GIS, Spatial Cognition, Design, Cognitive Science not elsewhere classified, Geospatial Information Systems, Land Use and Environmental Planning, Urban Analysis and Development, Urban Design, Urban and Regional Planning not elsewhere classified, Built Environment and Design not elsewhere classified, FOS: Social and economic geography, FOS: Psychology, FOS: Environmental engineering, FOS: Civil engineering
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