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|məˈti(ə)rēəl| The matter from which a thing is or can be made

GDS'16 (2016)

Material and website for the course Geographic Data Science'16, taught at the University of Liverpool. The course was open to last year undergraduate and master students.

Explore Liverpool Students

Interactive tutorial exploring Liverpool. Used as computer practical (30min. approx) in Geography at the Applicant Discovery Days of the University of Liverpool. Developed with Mark Green.

Geographic Data Science with PySAL and the pydata stack

Workshop co-taught with Serge Rey at SciPy'16 in Austin (TX).

Spatial Analysis Notes

Collection of computational notes in R used to teach several topics in spatial analysis at the (last year) undergraduate/Masters level.

GDS'15 (2015)

Material and website for the course Geographic Data Science'15, taught at the University of Liverpool. The course was open to last year undergraduate and master students.

HOT-OSM practical (2015)

Slides to teach highschool students how to edit OpenStreetMap in 15 minutes. Used in Applicant Visit Days at the University of Birmingham (UK).

"Spatial Data, Analysis and Regression - A mini course" (2014)

Materials and structure suggested to run a mini course on spatial data, analysis and regression of approximately 14 hours.

quant_geog (2014)

Slides for a 1h. lecture to second year Geography students introducing the field of quantitative geography

“Workshop on open Workflows-II“ (2014)

2 day workshop jointly taught with Thomas de Graaff at the VU University. Amsterdam (Netherlands).

"Big Data for Urban and Regional Analysis" (2015)

Special sessions prepared for the 2015 AAG meeting in Chicago, IL. Together with David Folch and Emmanouil Tranos.

"Applications of new sources of (big) data in Regional Science" (2014)

Special sessions prepared for the 61st. NARSC Meetings in Washington, DC. Together with David Folch.

“Workshop on open Workflows“ (2014)

2h. workshop jointly taught with Thomas de Graaff at the Department of Spatial Economics, VU University. Amsterdam (Netherlands).

“Geo-computation in Python” (2013)

4h. workshop taught for the VII Jornadas de SIG libre at SIGTE, Universitat de Girona (Spain). March 6th.

“Modeling Spatial Systems: Networks and Spatial Econometrics” (2012)

One day intensive course jointly taught with Dr. Emmanouil Tranos. Department of Spatial Economics, VU University. Amsterdam (Netherlands). December 13th.

“GeoDaSpace: advanced spatial econometrics made easy” (2012)

Talk at the V Spatial Econometrics Seminar in honour of Jean Paelink, Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal). October.

“An introduction to R” (2012)

2h. workshop co-taught with Nick Malizia for Graduates for Integrative Society and Environment Research (GISER) at Arizona State University in Tempe (AZ). March.