SANET is a toolbox for analyzing events that occur along networks or alongside networks e.g., car crashes on roads and beauty parlors in downtown streets, respectively.

Networks may be roads, rivers, pipe-lines, cables, etc.

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Papers related to SANET

The impact of built environment on pedestrian crashes and the identification of crash clusters on an urban university campus. *Western Journal of Emergency Medicine*, 11(3), 294-301.

A kernel density estimation method for networks, its computational method and a GIS-based tool. *International Journal of Geographical Information Science*, 23(1), 7-32.

Software toolbox for spatial analysis on a network. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 18, 493-496. (in Japanese)

Applicability of the spatial analysis to vegetation distribution in terms of prevention of the fire spreading. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 18, 247-250. (in Japanese)

Network analysis of urban structure in Osaka using the information of station signboard. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 18, 501-504. (in Japanese)

Spatial analysis on a network, in Fotheringham, A.S. and Rogers, P.A. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook on Spatial Analysis, 443-464, London: SAGE

Detection of hierarchical point agglomerations by the network-based variable clumping method, *International Journal of Geographical Information Science*, 23(1), 75-92.

A study of evaluating bus transport service in an urban area based on concepts of accessibility. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 17, 363-368. (in Japanese)

A study of *K*-functions at different levels of detail of network data. *Geographical review of Japan*, 81(4), 179-196. (in Japanese)

Generalized network Voronoi diagrams: Concepts, computational methods, and applications.
*International Journal of Geographical Information Science*, 22, 1-30

Spatial Analysis in GIS Environments. *Journal of Geography*, 117(2), 324-340.(in Japanese)

Developing a website for teaching spatial analysis on a network. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 17, 519-522. (in Japanese)

Analysis of a distribution of point events using the network-based quadrat method, *Geographical Analysis* 40(4), 401-422.

Comparison of Poisson and Bernoulli spatial cluster analyses of pediatric injuries in a fire district, *International Journal of Health Geographics* 7, 51-67.

Using a GIS-based network analysis to determine urban greenspace accessibility for different ethnic and religious groups.
*Landscape and Urban Plannnin*g, 86, 103-114

The SANET toolbox: new methods for network spatial analysis.
*Transactions in GIS*, 10(4), 535-550

SANET: A toolbox for spatial analysis on a network.
*Geographical Analysis*, 38(1), 57-66

A comparative study of applying straight distance and road distance into Huff?fs model. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 15, 103-106. (in Japanese)

Uniform network transformation for points pattern analysis on a non-uniform network,
*Journal of Geographical Systems*, 8, pp25-37

SANET version 3: a software toolbox for spatial analysis on a network. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 14, 337-340. (in Japanese)

A study on point pattern analysis on a network taking into account edge effect problems. *Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association*, 14, 215-220. (in Japanese)

Inverse distance weighted method for point interpolation on a network, *Theory and Applications of GIS*, 13(1), 33-41 (in Japanese).

A network-based spatial analytical method for detecting agglomerations in a point distribution on a network and its implementation, *Theory and Applications of GIS*, 12(2), 79-87 (in Japanese).

Analysis of point patterns using the network cell count method, *Theory and Applications of GIS* , 12(2), 57-66 (in Japanese).

Spatial analysis of roadside Acacia populations on a road network using the network K-function, *Landscape Ecology*, 19(5), 491-499.

Solving the Huff-based competitive location model on a network with link-based demand,
*Annals of Operations Research*, 111, 239-252

The *K*-function method on a network and its computational implementation,
*Geographical Analysis*, 33(3), 271-290

A computational method for estimating the demand of retail stores on a street network and its implementation in GIS,
*Transactions in GIS*, 5(3), 209-220

A computational method for market area analysis on a Nnetwork,
*Geographical Analysis*, 28(4), 330-349

Statistical analysis of the distribution of points on a network,
*Geographical Analysis*, 27(2), 152-175