Instead of a conclusion by the editors and a futile attempt to establish one common denominator of these histories or to just repeat the diversity, we decided to close this volume with a virtual discussion. This virtual discussion was written during a time when actual in-person discussions were difficult due to COVID-19 and when the notion of an in-person meeting, such as the workshop that gave rise to this book project, seemed impossible.

Conclusion. A virtual discussion about the quantitative revolution's legacy for past, present, and future

Proto Matteo;
2022

Abstract

Instead of a conclusion by the editors and a futile attempt to establish one common denominator of these histories or to just repeat the diversity, we decided to close this volume with a virtual discussion. This virtual discussion was written during a time when actual in-person discussions were difficult due to COVID-19 and when the notion of an in-person meeting, such as the workshop that gave rise to this book project, seemed impossible.
Recalibrating the Quantitative Revolution in Geography. Travels, Networks, Translations
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Barnes Trevor, Bergmann Luke, Gyuris Ferenc, Hannah Matthew, Lamego Mariana, Alves de Lira Larissa, Van Meeteren Michiel, Michel Boris, Orain Olivier, Paulus Katharina, Proto Matteo, Ribeiro Guilherme
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