Food Store Location Analysis Albuquerque New Mexico, 2010 Prepared for: Geography 586L - Spring Semester, 2014. Larry Spear M.A., GISP Sr. Research Scientist (Ret.) Division of Government Research University of New Mexico http://www.unm.edu/~lspear.
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Food Store Location AnalysisAlbuquerque New Mexico, 2010Prepared for: Geography 586L - Spring Semester, 2014
Larry Spear M.A., GISP
Sr. Research Scientist (Ret.)
Division of Government Research
University of New Mexico
Preliminary (OLS-Global) Version – Update 4/19/14
- Theory (previous research and practice)
- Method (established and proposed statistical and spatial techniques)
- Application/Results (maps, tables, charts, and future research)
-Food stores are lower-order retail service
-Tend to locate close to residential customer population they are intended to serve
-Delineation of trade or market areas
-Based on rational customers (consumers) who shop at closest store???
-Test assumption (hypothesis) that full-service food stores tend to locate with respect to residential population
ESRI Graphic ?
Residual = Observed Y – Predicted Y
Residual = Observed - Predicted
*Block groups with large populations and
small values of retail coverage (under-served?)
Correlations: LN_Pop100, LN_POPDENK
Pearson correlation of LN_Pop100 and LN_POPDENK = 0.059
P-Value = 0.226
*Durbin-Watson: residuals have only
moderate positive correlation (1-4, 2 is none)
Note: Residual clustering is
expected for this application