CIM: Compositional Impact of Migration

Produces statistical indicators of the impact of migration on the socio-demographic composition of an area. Three measures can be used: ratios, percentages and the Duncan index of dissimilarity. The input data files are assumed to be in an origin-destination matrix format, with each cell representing a flow count between an origin and a destination area. Columns are expected to represent origins, and rows are expected to represent destinations. The first row and column are assumed to contain labels for each area. See Rodriguez-Vignoli and Rowe (2018) <doi:10.1080/00324728.2017.1416155> for technical details.

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AuthorFrancisco Rowe [aut], Nikos Patias [aut, cre], Jorge Rodríguez-Vignoli [aut]
MaintainerNikos Patias <[email protected]>
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