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eli knaap
@knaaptime
@TaylorOshan i cant seem to open that file (either remote or local)
Taylor Oshan
@TaylorOshan
Weird, can you check it out ATM, but will take a look and see what’s up. I probably have a few versions kicking around, but it extracts the Moran eigenvectors following Griffith 1996, which will have patterns of high positive spatial autocorrelation to random patterns to patterns of high negative spatial autocorrelation and the corresponding I can values are Morans I
Eigenvalues*
eli knaap
@knaaptime
cool
Taylor Oshan
@TaylorOshan
How about this one?
eli knaap
@knaaptime
yep, that one's good. Also, i couldn't make it yesterday but hope your talk at NCSG went well! really cool to see that collaboration working out :)
Andreas Varotsis
@AndreasThinks
hey all, bit of a nebulous question, but figured no harm in asking...have gone from novice to feeling quite confident in GIS/spatial modelling space in last 12 or so months, thanks in large part to Geographic Data Science with PySAL, but was wondering if anybody has advice on good resources to build on that? I find some topics (like GWR/MGWR) still feel a little out of reach but struggle to find good resources (and ideally staying in Python world, though have moved into R when needed)
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
Hi @AndreasThinks, great question!
There is not a huge amount of literature on this yet, but @TaylorOshan has done a really good job of getting a few publications out there for introducing the pysal mgwr package
is one
Taylor Oshan
@TaylorOshan
is another
Discusses some best practices
Andreas Varotsis
@AndreasThinks
Thanks both, that was fab. I'll go do my reading :)
Dani Arribas-Bel
@darribas
Andreas Varotsis
@AndreasThinks
oo, is there a pre-print/copy to download somewhere?
Dani Arribas-Bel
@darribas
great question... I don't think at this point, but we should fix that...
Andreas Varotsis
@AndreasThinks
That would be grand, non-open access journals are a pain :P
jeffcsauer
@jeffcsauer
Gratz!
lenkahas
@lenkahas
Hi all, is there suppose to be a community meeting today, or am I mistaken?
Martin Fleischmann
@martinfleis
Yes, 5pm London time
Should be via this link https://meet.google.com/hqj-xbyq-sdc
lenkahas
@lenkahas
great thank you! was this said in some email or meeting? I wouldn't be aware of this if @ljwolf wouldn't tell me in person
Martin Fleischmann
@martinfleis
There's a dev meeting every first Friday of each month at 5pm BST. I am not sure if it was said to GSoC students (it should've been).
lenkahas
@lenkahas
well now we know :)
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
I do believe I mentioned it in the first email, plus in the individual meetings... I'm sorry if it wasn't stressed clearly enough!
lenkahas
@lenkahas
You did mention it briefly, we just haven't had the link :)
and that's just every first Friday of each month?
Martin Fleischmann
@martinfleis
The standard dev meeting yes. There will be additional meetings for GSoC in the meantime.
lenkahas
@lenkahas
Sure, thank you!
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
Hey folks, for the first part of the GSOC meetings today, let's all meet together for quick updates from each project, and then use breakout groups for each individual project. Sound good?
Germano Barcelos
@gegen07
For me, ok.
James Gaboardi
@jGaboardi
All meetings starting in 5 minutes?
jeffcsauer
@jeffcsauer
I think in 30 minutes?
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
Yes, 5PM BST/12ET, in 30 minutes. If we can, we discussed keeping the same timeslot for the joint meetings as the PySAL developer meetings.
James Gaboardi
@jGaboardi
I don’t rember this.
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
OK! Well, in the first meeting, we discussed it, but I did not send out calendar invites (we didn't use them in previous years).
I think it might be easier to have them, so I'll be sure to send them out for the remaining 2 joint meetings.
Otherwise, projects meet on their own whenever works for the teams
James Gaboardi
@jGaboardi
I am +1 one for calendar invites! And I hope my message just now didn’t come across as annoyed or snarky.
As @ljwolf pointed out, our original plan included 12:00pm Eastern Time meeting every other week. I lost this in my calendar somehow. My apologies.
Noah Bouchier
@noahbouchier
Do we have a call link?
jeffcsauer
@jeffcsauer
sure
unless there is a pre-existing one?
Levi John Wolf
@ljwolf
that's fine!
jeffcsauer
@jeffcsauer
PySAL students will be requesting access to the PySAL calendar (should be n=3 calendar requests coming through)