Martin Charlton BA FRGS
Senior Research Associate
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Geography, Geocomputation, Town Planning
Spatial Statistics, Geographical Information Science, Environment
Geodemographics, Geographically Weighted Regression
Martin is an expert in the use of Geographical Information Systems and has been a leading researcher in this area for over 20 years. Until recently he was a lecturer in GIS at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Martin, together with Stewart Fotheringham and Chris Brunsdon, is one of the originators of Geographically Weighted Regression, for which he has written much of the software.
- A. Stewart Fotheringham, T. Barmby, C. Brunsdon, T. Champion, M. Charlton, S. Kalogirou, A. Tremayne, P. Rees, H. Eyre, J. Macgill, J. Stillwell, G. Bramley and J. Hollis Development of a Migration Model: Analytical and Practical Enhancements. Report prepared for the office of the Deputy Prime Minister (formerly Department of Transport, Local Government and Regions) 2003.
- C. Brunsdon, A. Stewart Fotheringham and M.E. Charlton Geographically Weighted Summary Statistics -- A Framework for Localised Exploratory Data Analysis. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 26: 501-524 2002.
- C. Brunsdon, A. Stewart Fotheringham and M. E. Charlton Geographically Weighted Local Statistics Applied to Binary Data. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2478: 38-50 2002.
- A. Stewart Fotheringham, Chris Brunsdon and Martin Charlton Geographically Weighted Regression: The Analysis of Spatially Varying Relationships. xii and 269 pages, Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 0-471-49616-2 (hardback) 2002.