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Yes, have a look at the following plug-in . In case this does not fulfill your requirements, I recommend you Crimestat IV. Their user guide provides an indepth spatial statistics analysis of data, including Moran's I. By the way, the data doesnt need to be crimedata.


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I wrote a python script that calculates upslope areas for multiple points. Your point shapefile needs to have x, y coordinates stored in the attribute table (you can add it via the field calculator). It is necessary to provide a physical path to the outputs, as 1. SAGA does not support memory layers and 2. in case you rerun the script it will add new ...


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In QGIS 3.4, the SAGA provider is already a core plugin. Therefore, you can also change the SagaAlgorithmProvider.py file directly, by: sudo nano /usr/share/qgis/python/plugins/processing/algs/saga/SagaAlgorithmProvider.py then change the REQUIRED VERSION from 2.3. to 7.3. This worked for me.


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