Spatially Balanced Sampling using the Halton Sequence (2019)
CitationRobertson B, Brown J, McDonald T, Price C (2019). Spatially Balanced Sampling using the Halton Sequence. Denver, CO, USA: Joint Statistical Meeting. 28/07/2019-02/08/2019.
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