James Cheshire is a lecturer at the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. He completed his PhD in the UCL Department of Geography where he investigated the spatial distributions of people’s surnames both nationally and globally. James’ interests continue to be in both the analysis and visualisation of large population datasets. He is also Secretary for the RGS-IBG GIScience Research Group and a member of RGS-IBG Quantitative Methods Research Group committee.
You can see a list of James’ recent publications here.
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Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis,
University College London,