Python Library for Spatial Analytical Functions

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A Python Library for Spatial Analytical Functions

PySAL is a collaborative effort between Luc Anselin's research group at UIUC and Sergio Rey's research group at SDSU to develop a cross-platform library of spatial analysis functions written in Python. This combines the development efforts on PySpace and STARS - Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems. Both will continue to exist and exploit a common library of functions.

PySpace is an open source software development effort that is part of PySAL to implement spatial statistical methods in general and spatial regression analysis in particular using Python and Numerical Python. Current activities focus on a set of classes and methods to carry out diagnostics for spatial correlation in linear regression models and to estimate spatial lag and spatial error specifications.