Compiling Granular Population Data Using Geospatial Information
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The paper estimates population density on a 100-meter by 100-meter grid level, providing granular spatial information. Such forecasts can complement census data and facilitate the updating of outdated information in a cost-effective way. They can indicate where help is most needed in situations of crisis and where new facilities like schools and hospitals should be located.
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