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Region status? #24

bburns opened this Issue Nov 10, 2018 · 3 comments


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bburns commented Nov 10, 2018

Hi, I was wondering what the status of region was - it looked like AZP was still being debugged?

Is the plan to release region by 2018-12-31 along with PySAL?

Is there anything small that people could help with?


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ljwolf commented Nov 13, 2018

Hey, it's not going to make the december 2018 release of PySAL 2.0. It will continue to be released as an independent package (available using pip install region), and should see some attention due to some new incoming grants.

Thanks for your interest; it's really useful to have these kinds of comments 😄


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bburns commented Nov 14, 2018

Okay great - it would be a really nice complement to sklearn's algorithms. I'm attempting to use clustering with census and other data and OpenStreetMap roads to define neighborhood/subdivision boundaries. Thanks for your work on it - I'd be happy to contribute where I'm able!


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knaaptime commented Nov 14, 2018

you may also be interested in osnap a package we're working on for use cases exactly like what you describe. It's still in pretty early alpha stage, but it wraps scikit and region in ways specifically designed for neighborhood analysis

we'll happily accept contributions in any form :)

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