1987 volume 19(9) pages 1153 – 1160
doi:10.1068/a191153

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Baxter M J, 1987, "Testing for misspecification in models of spatial flows" Environment and Planning A 19(9) 1153 – 1160

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Testing for misspecification in models of spatial flows

M J Baxter

Received 4 November 1985; in revised form 31 October 1986

Abstract. Methods of assessing model fit for models of spatial flows frequently do not take account of spatial structure. A nonparametric test, based on the signs of the residuals from a fit, is presented for detecting patterns in the residuals. It can be thought of as a general test of misspecification that can allow for spatial structure effects. It is argued that the test is most usefully applied with a model-building approach to data analysis.

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