Samantha Cockings
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Zone design for environment and health studies using pre-aggregated data
S Cockings, D Martin
Social science & medicine 60 (12), 2729-2742, 2005
A national facility for small area disease mapping and rapid initial assessment of apparent disease clusters around a point source: the UK Small Area Health Statistics Unit
P Aylin, R Maheswaran, J Wakefield, S Cockings, L Jarup, R Arnold, ...
Journal of Public Health 21 (3), 289-298, 1999
Risk of mortality, cancer incidence, and stroke in a population potentially exposed to cadmium
P Elliott, R Arnold, S Cockings, N Eaton, L Järup, J Jones, M Quinn, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 57 (2), 94-97, 2000
Maintaining existing zoning systems using automated zone-design techniques: methods for creating the 2011 Census output geographies for England and Wales
S Cockings, A Harfoot, D Martin, D Hornby
Environment and Planning A 43 (10), 2399-2418, 2011
Ecological regression analysis of environmental benzene exposure and childhood leukaemia: sensitivity to data inaccuracies, geographical scale and ecological bias
N Best, S Cockings, J Bennett, J Wakefield, P Elliott
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2001
Overall Quality of Outcomes Framework scores lower in practices in deprived areas
J Wright, D Martin, S Cockings, C Polack
British Journal of General Practice 56 (525), 277-279, 2006
Parameterization and visualization of the errors in areal interpolation
S Cockings, PF Fisher, M Longford
Geographical Analysis 29 (4), 314-328, 1997
Developing a flexible framework for spatiotemporal population modeling
D Martin, S Cockings, S Leung
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105 (4), 754-772, 2015
Analysing spatially referenced public health data: a comparison of three methodological approaches
CE Dunn, SP Kingham, B Rowlingson, RS Bhopal, S Cockings, CJW Foy, ...
Health & Place 7 (1), 1-12, 2001
Users’ perspectives on epidemiological, GIS and point pattern approaches to analysing environment and health data
S Cockings, CE Dunn, RS Bhopal, DR Walker
Health & Place 10 (2), 169-182, 2004
Development of a geographical framework for census workplace data
D Martin, S Cockings, A Harfoot
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2013
Advancing insights into methods for studying environment–health relationships: A multidisciplinary approach to understanding Legionnaires’ disease
CE Dunn, RS Bhopal, S Cockings, D Walker, B Rowlingson, P Diggle
Health & Place 13 (3), 677-690, 2007
Emergency preparedness amongst university students
A Tanner, B Doberstein
International journal of disaster risk reduction 13, 409-413, 2015
Spatio-temporal population modelling for enhanced assessment of urban exposure to flood risk
A Smith, D Martin, S Cockings
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 9 (2), 145-163, 2016
Getting the foundations right: spatial building blocks for official population statistics
S Cockings, A Harfoot, D Martin, D Hornby
Environment and Planning A 45 (6), 1403-1420, 2013
Population 24/7: building time-specific population grid models
D Martin, S Cockings, S Leung
Modeling the impact of traffic-related air pollution on childhood respiratory illness
NG Best, K Ickstadt, RL Wolpert, S Cockings, P Elliott, J Bennett, A Bottle, ...
Case studies in Bayesian statistics, 183-259, 2002
Aximo: Automated axiomatic reasoning for information update
S Richards, M Sadrzadeh
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 231, 211-225, 2009
Towards 2011 output geographies: Exploring the need for, and challenges involved in, maintenance of the 2001 output geographies
S Cockings, A Harfoot, D Hornby
Population Trends 138 (1), 38-49, 2009
Progress report: 24-hour gridded population models
D Martin, S Cockings, S Leung
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