GeoDa is a free software package that conducts spatial data analysis, geovisualization, spatial autocorrelation and spatial modeling. OpenGeoDa is the cross-platform, open source version of Legacy GeoDa. While Legacy GeoDa only runs on Windows XP, OpenGeoDa runs on different versions of Windows (including XP, Vista and 7), Mac OS, and Linux. The package was initially developed by the Spatial Analysis Laboratory of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign under the direction of Luc Anselin. Development continues at the GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation at Arizona State University. GeoDa has powerful capabilities to perform spatial analysis, multivariate exploratory data analysis, and global and local spatial autocorrelation. It also performs basic linear regression. As for spatial models, both the spatial lag model and the spatial error model, both estimated by maximum likelihood, are included. OpenGeoDa is released under the GNU GPL version 3

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