Quod erat expectandum : the modus operandi of models and quantifications

Andreas Koch
This paper is a plea for a computational social geography (CSG). It argues that neglecting quantitative approaches in social geography leaves empirical socio-spatial facts incomplete. Numbers and their emergence through quantitative methods are indeed one possibility to raise a kind of uniqueness tofacts, phenomena, and events which cannot be realized by other approaches. CSG makes relationsvisible and comparable. It does so by applying the model approach adequately, i.e., to not equate models with reality and...
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