Volume 1 Number 2

Left: Proportional symbol map of the number of inhabitants per IRIS. Middle & Right : Logarithm transformation of the population density estimated by a nonparametric kernel method with a global bandwidth (Middle) and a local bandwidth obtained by  k-nearest neighbors (Right).
From Figure 10, Exploring and Modeling Fire Department Emergencies with a Spatio-Temporal Marked Point Process, by Florent Bonneu
Volume 1, Number 2, November 2007
Editor’s Foreword Dominique Haughton pdf
91 Predicting Storms: Logistic Regression versus Random Forests for Unbalanced Data Anne Ruiz-Gazen  and Nathalie Villa pdf data
102 Handling Item Non Response in Surveys David Haziza and Gordon Kuromi pdf data
119 Apportionment of Air Pollution by Source at a French Urban Site Marie Chavent, Hervé Guégan, Vanessa Kuentz, Brigitte Patouille and Jérôme Saracco pdf data
130 Tales of Huffman: An Exercise in Dealing with Messy Data Robert H. Carver pdf data
139 Exploring and Modeling Fire Department Emergencies with a Spatio-Temporal Marked Point Process Florent Bonneu pdf data
153 Statistical Analysis of Three Sets of Residential Duct Leakage Measurements Jinson Erinjeri, Raja Nassar, Myron Katz and Norman M. Witriol pdf data
164 Pampering the Client: Calibrating Vehicle Parts to Satisfy Customers Jean-François Germain pdf data
173 Application of Fast SAS Macros for Balancing Samples to the Selection of Addresses Guillaume Chauvet and Yves Tillé pdf data
183 Using Factor Analyses to Explore Data Generated by the National Grapevine Wood Diseases Survey Frédéric Bertrand, Myriam Maumy, Lionel Fussler, Nathalie Kobes, Serge Savary and Jacques Grosman pdf data

Dominique Haughton, editor-in-chief, Bentley University
Christine Thomas-Agnan, co-editor, Université Toulouse I
Kai W. Ng, co-editor, University of Hong Kong

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