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Identifying Hot Spots in Rural Community Resilience in Scotland - data generation code

Michael Spencer

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Elliot Meador

Code to create database of nearest resilience infrastructure from each Scottish postcode, commissioned by the National Centre for Resilience.

Written in R and GRASS.

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