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In terms of a local autocorrelation (nonstationarity) statistics, there really is not one. Join-counts is adequate for hypothesis testing of global clustering in binary process, albeit very scale dependent, but not for multinomial data. I am not even sure what the underlying hypothesis test would be here, especially with ordinal data. One has to ask, how ...


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I'm having the same problem with you. I tried your code, and found that if we change the shape of polygon 2 in https://code.earthengine.google.com/?scriptPath=users%2Fuoedwq%2Flearn%3Areducer%20test_scale%20count, we'll get different results. Therefore, I think the results are definitely calculated average areal weighted.


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