Cairns, S (1998) Promises and problems: using GIS to analyse shopping travel. Journal of Transport Geography , 6 (4) 273 - 284.
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Geographical Information Systems enable spatial analysis of a scale and nature that has never been possible before. However, their practical utilisation in transport research remains limited. This paper describes the specific experience of using the TransCAD GIS, to analyse different ways of organising food shopping. It concentrates on the role played by GIS. In doing so, it aims to highlight many general problems that limit the scope of GIS use, as well as the benefits of such systems, and the broader issues which affect research based on GIS. It concludes with recommendations for greater compatibility, standardisation and reliability for both GIS and GIS data, to encourage their use in the future
|Title:||Promises and problems: using GIS to analyse shopping travel|
|Keywords:||analysis, Experience, Food, GIS, Information, Research, SCALE, shopping travel, TransCAD, transport, Well|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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