Estimating gambling venue catchments for impact assessment using a calibrated gravity model
Gambling using electronic gaming machines has emerged as a significant public health issue. While social impact assessments are required prior to the granting of new gaming licenses in Australia, there are few established techniques for estimating the spatial distribution of a venue’s clientele. To this end, we calibrated a Huff model of gambling venue catchments based on a geocoded postal survey (n = 7,040). We investigated the impact of different venue attractiveness measures, distance...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28. 2 (2014): 326–342|
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