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Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2014) Accidental, open and everywhere: Emerging data sources for the understanding of cities. APPLIED GEOGRAPHY, 49. 45 - 53.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Tranos, Emmanouil
(2018) Big Urban Data: Challenges and Opportunities for Geographical Analysis. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS, 50 (2). 123 - 124.


Comber, Sam, Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Singleton, Alex, Dong, Guanpeng and Dolega, Les ORCID: 0000-0002-1340-6507
(2020) Building Hierarchies of Retail Centers Using Bayesian Multilevel Models. ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GEOGRAPHERS, 110 (4). 1150 - 1173.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Comber, Sam, Dong, Guanpeng, Singleton, Alex and Dolega, Les ORCID: 0000-0002-1340-6507
(2019) Building Hierarchies of Retail Centers Using Bayesian Multilevel Models. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Garcia-Lopez, Miquel-Angel and Viladecans-Marsal, Elisabet
(2019) Building(s and) cities: Delineating urban areas with a machine learning algorithm. Journal of Urban Economics.


Gerritse, Michiel and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2018) Concrete agglomeration benefits: do roads improve urban connections or just attract more people? REGIONAL STUDIES, 52 (8). 1134 - 1149.


Liu, Yunzhe ORCID: 0000-0002-7189-3323, Singleton, Alex and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2020) Considering context and dynamics: A classification of transit-orientated development for New York City. JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY, 85.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Kourtit, Karima, Nijkamp, Peter and Steenbruggen, John
(2015) Cyber Cities: Social Media as a Tool for Understanding Cities. APPLIED SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND POLICY, 8 (3). 231 - 247.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Gerritse, Michiel
(2015) From manufacturing belt, to rust belt, to college country: a visual narrative of US urban growth. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A-ECONOMY AND SPACE, 47 (6). 1241 - 1253.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Gerritse, Michiel
(2015) From manufacturing belt, to rust belt, to college country: a visual narrative of US urban growth. 1241 - 1253.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2016) Geocomputation: A Practical Primer. JOURNAL OF REGIONAL SCIENCE, 56 (1). 176 - 178.


Singleton, Alex and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2019) Geographic Data Science. Geographical Analysis: an international journal of theoretical geography, Specia. 1 - 15.


Stubbings, Philip, Peskett, Joe, Rowe, FR ORCID: 0000-0003-4137-0246 and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2019) A Hierarchical Urban Forest Index Using Street-Level Imagery and Deep Learning. Remote Sensing, 11 (12).


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Nijkamp, Peter and Poot, Jacques
(2016) How diverse can measures of segregation be? Results from Monte Carlo simulations of an agent-based model. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 48 (10). 2046 - 2066.


Puente-Ajovin, Miguel, Ramos, Arturo, Sanz-Gracia, Fernando and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2020) How sensitive is city size distribution to the definition of city? The case of Spain. ECONOMICS LETTERS, 197.


Thompson, Robin N, Hollingsworth, T Déirdre, Isham, Valerie, Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Ashby, Ben, Britton, Tom, Challenor, Peter, Chappell, Lauren HK, Clapham, Hannah, Cunniffe, Nik J
et al (show 33 more authors) (2020) Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies. Proceedings. Biological sciences, 287 (1932). 20201405 - 20201405.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2017) London: The Information Capital: 100 Maps and Graphics That Will Change How You View the City. [Book Review]


Wolf, Levi John, Anselin, Luc, Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Mobley, Lee Rivers
(2021) On Spatial and Platial Dependence: Examining Shrinkage in Spatially Dependent Multilevel Models. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 1 - 13.


Bin Danial, Muhammad Hakim
(2019) Population Growth, Internal Migration and Urbanisation in Malaysia: Recent and Future trends, 1980 – 2040. Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Liverpool.


Rowe, Francisco ORCID: 0000-0003-4137-0246, Maier, Gunther, Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Rey, Sergio
(2020) The Potential of Notebooks for Scientific Publication, Reproducibility and Dissemination. REGION, 7 (3). E1 - E5.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2017) Review of: London: The Information Capital: 100 Maps and Graphics That Will Change How You View the City. James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti. London: Particular Books (Penguin), 2014. 240. Hardcover, £18.75. ISBN-101846148472. [Book Review]


Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Bakens, Jessie
(2018) Spatial dynamics of cultural diversity in the Netherlands. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-URBAN ANALYTICS AND CITY SCIENCE, 45 (6). 1142 - 1156.


Wolf, Levi John, Anselin, Luc and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2018) Stochastic Efficiency of Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo in Spatial Econometric Models: An Empirical Comparison of Exact Sampling Methods. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS, 50 (1). 97 - 119.


Coenen, Frans ORCID: 0000-0003-1026-6649, Alharbi, Yassir and Arribas-Bel, Daniel
(2020) Sustainable Development Goal Relational Modelling: Introducing the SDG-CAP Methodology. In: International Conference on Big Data Analytics and Knowledge Discovery, 2020-09-14 - 2020-09-17, Bratislava, Slovakia.


Comber, Sam, Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Singleton, Alex and Dolega, Les ORCID: 0000-0002-1340-6507
(2020) Using convolutional autoencoders to extract visual features of leisure and retail environments. LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING, 202.


Franklin, Rachel, Houlden, Victoria, Robinson, Caitlin ORCID: 0000-0001-7653-359X, Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Delmelle, Elizabeth, Demšar, Urška, Miller, Harvey and O'Sullivan, David
(2020) Who Counts? Gender, Gatekeeping, and Quantitative Human Geography. The Professional Geographer.


Calafiore, Alessia, Palmer, Gregory, Comber, Sam, Arribas-Bel, Daniel and Singleton, Alex
(2021) A geographic data science framework for the functional and contextual analysis of human dynamics within global cities. COMPUTERS ENVIRONMENT AND URBAN SYSTEMS, 85.


Chen, Meixu, Fahrner, Dominik, Arribas-Bel, Daniel ORCID: 0000-0002-6274-1619 and Rowe, Francisco
(2020) A reproducible notebook to acquire, process and analyse satellite imagery. REGION, 7 (2). R15 - R46.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Ramos, Arturo and Sanz-Gracia, Fernando
(2015) The size distribution of employment centers within the US Metropolitan Areas. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN, 42 (1). 23 - 39.


Arribas-Bel, Daniel, Kourtit, Karima and Nijkamp, Peter
(2016) The sociocultural sources of urban buzz. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY, 34 (1). 188 - 204.

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