Volume 36 - Article 44 | Pages 1337–1360 Author has provided data and code for replicating results

Spatial modelling of rural infant mortality and occupation in 19th-century Britain

By Paul Atkinson, Brian Francis, Ian Gregory, Catherine Porter

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