Using geographically weighted regression to validate approaches for modelling accessibility to primary health care
This research explores local variation in accessibility to primary health care and relationships between travel time and New Zealand deprivation index in the rural Otago. The global relationship between travel time and NZDep2001 index was significantly negative with a t value of -6. 11. Suggesting that in general, areas with high travel time to PHC services have lower NZ Deprivation scores than areas with low travel time. Furthermore, there was a great deal of spatial variation in travel time...[Show more]
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