Spatial Interpolation with Python

Downscaling and aggregating different Polygons.

Geospatial data is inherently rich, and with it comes the complexity of upscaling or downscaling areal units or polygons. We often need to aggregate data from polygon to another polygon with missing data.

Take forexample, the case where you want to measure the poverty level at neighbourhood level while…

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