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The Centre for Computational Geography (CCG) is an inter-disciplinary research centre based at the University of Leeds. The CCG was founded in 1993 by Stan Openshaw and Phil Rees, and builds on over 40 years experience in spatial analysis and modelling within the School of Geography. CCG research is concerned with the development and application of tools for analysis, visualisation and modelling geographical systems.

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  • The Centre for Computational Geography (CCG) is an inter-disciplinary research centre based at the University of Leeds. The CCG was founded in 1993 by Stan Openshaw and Phil Rees, and builds on over 40 years experience in spatial analysis and modelling within the School of Geography. CCG research is concerned with the development and application of tools for analysis, visualisation and modelling geographical systems. (en)
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  • The Centre for Computational Geography (CCG) is an inter-disciplinary research centre based at the University of Leeds. The CCG was founded in 1993 by Stan Openshaw and Phil Rees, and builds on over 40 years experience in spatial analysis and modelling within the School of Geography. CCG research is concerned with the development and application of tools for analysis, visualisation and modelling geographical systems. (en)
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  • Centre for Computational Geography (en)
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