Picture credit from Morakot Worachairungreung

Space Syntax Software, Plugin for ArcGIS


Axwoman was initially developed as an extension to ArcView 3.x for urban morphological analysis, based on space syntax theory, invented by Professor Bill Hillier and his colleagues at the Bartlet School of University College London. Through the implementation, we have successfully brought urban morphological analysis capability to GIS users. Incorporating space syntax to GIS promotes both GIS and urban morphology research. It enhances GIS functionality in spatial analysis into the domain of urban morphological analysis. We have four different versions of Axwoman, which are all freely available for academic purposes.

Software credit from Bin Jiang, is Professor at the Department of Technology and Built Environment of University of Gävle

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