Autokorelasi Spasial untuk Identifikasi Pola Hubungan Kemiskinan di Jawa Timur
Keywords:spatial autocorrelation, moran's I, LISA, poverty
Spatial autocorrelation is a spatial analysis to determine the relationship pattern or correlation among some locations (observation). On the poverty case of East Java, this method will provide important information for analyze the relationship of poverty characteristics in each district or cities. Therefore, in this research performed spatial autocorrelation analysis on the data of East Java’s poverty. The method used is moran's I test and Local Indicator of Spatial Autocorrelation (LISA). The analysis showed that by the moran's I test, there is spatial autocorrelation found in the percentage of poor people amount in East Java, both in 2006 and 2007. While by LISA, obtained the conclusion that there is a significant grouping of district or cities.
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