Charlotte Sturley

Charlotte Sturley
University of Leeds · Leeds Institute for Data Analytics

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Background: The relationship between socio-economic deprivation and CRC incidence is unclear as previous findings have been inconsistent. An association has recently been reported at the area-level, but few studies have investigated the relationship between individual-level socio-economic status (SES) and CRC incidence. Methods: Data were obtained...
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Globally, geospatial concepts are becoming increasingly important in epidemiological and public health research. Individual level linked population-based data afford researchers with opportunities to undertake complex analyses unrivalled by other sources. However, there are significant challenges associated with using such data for impactful geohea...
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Evolving consumer behaviours with regards to store and channel choice, shopping frequency, shopping mission and spending heighten the need for robust spatial modelling tools for use within retail analytics. In this paper, we report on collaboration with a major UK grocery retailer to assess the feasibility of modelling consumer store choice behavio...
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Spatial interaction models have traditionally been used to estimate the flow of consumers to retail centres at an aggregate level, however there is an increasing need to understand store choice behaviour at the individual level. Agent-based models enable the investigation of system processes at the level of their constituent parts (Crooks and Heppe...

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Investigating variations in colorectal cancer incidence and survival in England and Wales by individual indicators of socio-economic position and area-based measures of deprivation. Using data from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study.