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Ordinal and Cardinal Dendrograms Depicting Migration-Based Regionalization of 3,000 + U. S. Counties

@article{Slater2012OrdinalAC,
  title={Ordinal and Cardinal Dendrograms Depicting Migration-Based Regionalization of 3,000 + U. S. Counties},
  author={Paul B. Slater},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
  year={2012}
}
  • P. Slater
  • Published 2 July 2012
  • Psychology
  • arXiv: Physics and Society
We have obtained a "hierarchical regionalization" of 3,107 county-level units of the United States based upon census-recorded 1995-2000 intercounty migration flows. The methodology employed was the two-stage (double-standardization and strong component [directed graph] hierarchical clustering) algorithm described in the 2009 PNAS (106 [26], E66) letter (arXiv:0904.4863). Various features (e. g., cosmopolitan vs. provincial aspects, and indices of isolation) of the regionalization have been… 

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