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Wrangling multivariate spatio-temporal data with the R package cubble

@inproceedings{Zhang2022WranglingMS,
  title={Wrangling multivariate spatio-temporal data with the R package cubble},
  author={H. Sherry Zhang and Dianne Cook and Ursula Laa and Nicolas Langren'e and Patricia Men'endez},
  year={2022}
}
Multivariate spatio-temporal data refers to multiple measurements taken across space and time. For many analyses, spatial and time components can be separately studied: for example, to explore the temporal trend of one variable for a single spatial location, or to model the spatial distribution of one variable at a given time. However for some studies, it is important to analyse different aspects of the spatio-temporal data simultaneouly, like for instance, temporal trends of multiple variables… 

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