spatial association

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spatial association

Local Indicator of Spatial Association (LISA)

The Parahippocampal Cortex Mediates Spatial and Nonspatial Associations

Spatial Associations of Insects and Mites in Stored Wheat

Association between the DAT1 gene and spatial working memory in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Habitat Associations of Small Mammals at Two Spatial Scales in the Northern Sierra Nevada

Koala bellows and their association with the spatial dynamics of free-ranging koalas

Genetic relatedness and spatial associations of dusky-footed woodrats (Neotoma fuscipes)

Genetic Relatedness and Spatial Associations of Jointly Captured Alabama Beach Mice (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates)

Spatial patterns of brain amyloid-β burden and atrophy rate associations in mild cognitive impairment

Spatial associations of tree species in a subtropical evergreen broad-leaved forest

Genome-wide Profiling of 8-Oxoguanine Reveals Its Association with Spatial Positioning in Nucleus

Characterization of three-dimensional spatial aggregation and association patterns of brown rot symptoms within intensively mapped sour cherry trees

Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Ross River Virus Disease Patterns at Maroochy Shire, Australia: Association Between Human Morbidity and Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) Abundance

Association of Ixodes pacificus (Acari: Ixodidae) with the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Equine Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis in California

The association of visual field deficits and visuo-spatial neglect in acute right-hemisphere stroke patients.

Altered Water Diffusivity in Cortical Association Tracts in Children with Early Deprivation Identified with Tract-Based Spatial Statistics (TBSS)

PT621. Difference of visual spatial dysfunction in drug naïve obsessive compulsive disorder patients in association of untreated duration of illness

Spatial QRS-T angle in peritoneal dialysis patients: association with carotid artery atherosclerosis, coronary artery calcification and troponin T


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An assumed close relationship between two or more archaeological items (objects or structural elements) because of their physical proximity and/or location relative to other more securely relatable items. Thus, for example, a pit situated in the centre of a ring ditch can be said to be spatially associated with it even though there is no physical connection.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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