Spatial Autocorrelation: Trouble or New Paradigm?

@inproceedings{Legendre1993SpatialAT,
  title={Spatial Autocorrelation: Trouble or New Paradigm?},
  author={Pierre Legendre},
  year={1993}
}
ilbstract. Autocorrelation is a very general statistical property of ecological variables observed across geographic space; its most common forms are patches and gradients. Spatial autocorrelation. which comes either from the physical forcing of environmental variables or from community processes, presents a problem for statistical testing because autocorrelated data violate the assumption of independence of most standard statistical procedures. The paper discusses first how autocorrelation in… CONTINUE READING

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