Multiscalar typology of residential areas in Sweden
This research was carried out as part of RJ-funded project “The Neighbourhood
Revisited: Spatial polarization and social cohesion in contemporary Sweden” directed
by Bo Malmberg at the Department of Human Geography at Stockholm University. This repository contains a report which describes how multiscalar topology was constructed and a dataset with coordinates of residential areas and their cluster assignment. For mapping use RT 90 2,5 gon V.
Update (September 2021): We added a new file with coordinates in SWEREF 3006. This file also includes rutstrl, a variable which gives the size of individual grid cells in meters.
The Neighborhood Revisited: Spatial polarization and social cohesion in contemporary Sweden
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