Data on Healthy Food Accessibility in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
AbstractThis data descriptor introduces data on healthy food supplied by supermarkets in the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In addition to two neighborhood variables (i.e., share of autochthons and average housing values), the data comprises three street network-based accessibility measures derived from analyses using a geographic information system. Data are provided on a spatial micro-scale utilizing grid cells with a spatial resolution of 100 m. We explain how the data were collected and pre-processed, and how alternative analyses can be set up. To illustrate the use of the data, an example is provided using the R programming language. View Full-Text
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Helbich, M.; Hagenauer, J. Data on Healthy Food Accessibility in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Data 2017, 2, 7.
Helbich M, Hagenauer J. Data on Healthy Food Accessibility in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Data. 2017; 2(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Helbich, Marco; Hagenauer, Julian. 2017. "Data on Healthy Food Accessibility in Amsterdam, The Netherlands." Data 2, no. 1: 7.
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