Eksplorasi efektifitas model spasial untuk menjelaskan hubungan antara penduduk dan infrastruktur terhadap kesejahteraan masyarakat Kota Manado
This study was conducted to determine a family welfare model that is influenced by the population and infrastructure in Manado using spatial regression and spatial weighted regression, to analyze the factors that influence it and to examine the effectiveness of the spatial regression method in analyzing the case. The analysis used is the Spatial Error Model followed by Geographical Weighted Regression. The results of the analysis show that the predictor variables that affect the response variable are population, number of schools and health facilities. The assessment criteria prefer the GWR model to explain family welfare because it has a smaller AIC value than using the SEM model.
Keywords: welfare family, OLS, SEM, GWR
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