Portland State University. Department of Geography
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Geography
Oregon Health Sciences University, Geographic information systems, Transportation -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning -- Mathematical models, Local transit -- Research -- Oregon -- Portland
1 online resource (89 p.)
Geographic Information System (GIS) address-matching combined with other GIS processing offers new analytical opportunities in the area of transportation planning and analysis. Address-matching, an automated method for generating geographically-referenced (geocoded) point locations on a map from common tabular databases, can facilitate transportation analysis by providing a planning tool based on individual rather than aggregated spatial distributions more common to transportation issues.
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Orrell, James D., "GIS address-matching and transportation analysis" (1990). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4133.