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The user @GrantD71 seems to have implemented a GWD in python through hard-coding using Numpy/Scipy. He asked for library/package to perform GWD but the best reply was given using an R package. I'm looking for a python library for GWD.

I looked in Scipy Docs and (almost) exhaustively googled it with no success. I found pygwr, but not sure if it's a completely developed and tested project. I even figured out how to install it and used it.

Does exists a wide-spread python library used for GWR? What is the most beneficial way (without the need of hard-coding) to perform it in python?

  • pygwr seems to be the standard in my cursory google search, you could always try pygwr and then implement it in another program to check the results... – GISKid Apr 28 '17 at 1:11
  • @GrantD71, have you found such a library? – Jecogeo Apr 28 '17 at 13:16
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There is a solution implemented in Python. I did not try; however, there are well-documented notebooks with examples. Let me know if they work.

https://github.com/TaylorOshan/gwr

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