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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
● Dai, D., Taquechel, E., Steward, J. and Strasser, S. (2010)
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.
● Okabe, A., Satoh, T. and Sugihara, K. (2009)
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.
● Satoh, T., Okunuki, K., Okabe, A., Okabe, K. and Shiode, S. (2009)
Software toolbox for spatial analysis on a network. Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association, 18, 493-496. (in Japanese)
● Kumagai, K. and Mizuma, Y. (2009)
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)
● Shindou, N., Tanaka, K. and Yoshikawa, S. (2009)
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)
● Okabe, A. and Satoh, T. (2009)
Spatial analysis on a network, in Fotheringham, A.S. and Rogers, P.A. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook on Spatial Analysis, 443-464, London: SAGE
● Shiode, S. and Shiode, N. (2009)
Detection of hierarchical point agglomerations by the network-based variable clumping method, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 23(1), 75-92.
● Gonda, Y. and Okunki, K. (2008)
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)
● Morita, M. (2008)
A study of K-functions at different levels of detail of network data. Geographical review of Japan, 81(4), 179-196. (in Japanese)
● Okabe, A., Sato, T., Furuta, T., Suzuki, A. and Okano, K. (2008)
Generalized network Voronoi diagrams: Concepts, computational methods, and applications. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 22, 1-30
● Okunuki, K. (2008)
Spatial Analysis in GIS Environments. Journal of Geography, 117(2), 324-340.(in Japanese)
● Okunuki, K., Shiode, S. and Okabe, A. (2008)
Developing a website for teaching spatial analysis on a network. Papers and proceedings of the geographic information systems association, 17, 519-522. (in Japanese)
● Shiode, S. (2008)
Analysis of a distribution of point events using the network-based quadrat method, Geographical Analysis 40(4), 401-422.
● Warden, C. (2008)
● Comber, A., Brunsdon, C. and Green, E. (2008)
Using a GIS-based network analysis to determine urban greenspace accessibility for different ethnic and religious groups. Landscape and Urban Plannning, 86, 103-114
● Okabe, A., Okunuki, K. and Shiode, S. (2006)
The SANET toolbox: new methods for network spatial analysis. Transactions in GIS, 10(4), 535-550
● Okabe, A., Okunuki, K. and Shiode, S. (2006)
SANET: A toolbox for spatial analysis on a network. Geographical Analysis, 38(1), 57-66
● Okunuki, K. Imai, M. and Morita, M. (2006)
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)
● Okabe, A. and Satoh, T. (2005)
Uniform network transformation for points pattern analysis on a non-uniform network, Journal of Geographical Systems, 8, pp25-37
● Okunuki, K. Shiode, S. Okabe, A. Okano,K. and Kaneko, T. (2005)
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)
● Morita, M. and Okunuki, K. (2005)
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)
● Shiode, S. (2005)
Inverse distance weighted method for point interpolation on a network, Theory and Applications of GIS, 13(1), 33-41 (in Japanese).
● Shiode, S. and Okabe, A. (2004)
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).
● Shiode, S. and Okabe, A. (2004)
Analysis of point patterns using the network cell count method, Theory and Applications of GIS , 12(2), 57-66 (in Japanese).
● Spooner P.G., Lunt I.D., Okabe A. and Shiode S. (2004)
Spatial analysis of roadside Acacia populations on a road network using the network K-function, Landscape Ecology, 19(5), 491-499.
● Okunuki, K. and Okabe, A. (2003)
Solving the Huff-based competitive location model on a network with link-based demand, Annals of Operations Research, 111, 239-252
● Okabe, A. and Yamada, I. (2001)
The K-function method on a network and its computational implementation, Geographical Analysis, 33(3), 271-290
● Okabe, A. and Okunuki, K. (2001)
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
● Okabe, A., Boots, B., Sugihara, K. and Chiu, S.N. (2000)
Spatial Tessellations: Concepts and Applications of Voronoi Diagrams, Section 3.8, Chichester: John Wiley
● Okabe, A. and Kitamura, M. (1996)
A computational method for market area analysis on a Nnetwork, Geographical Analysis, 28(4), 330-349
● Okabe, A., Yomono, H. and Kitamura, M. (1995)
Statistical analysis of the distribution of points on a network, Geographical Analysis, 27(2), 152-175




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