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Space Expression of Industry Status Using GIS and SWOT Analysis—Take the Planning Area in Lu’an as an Example
Time:2015-11-27  
WANG Hongchen1,LI Chang2†, ZHENG Yanping2
1. Research Institute of Scientific and Technological Development, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430079, Hubei, China;2. College of Urban and Environmental Science, Central China Normal University, Wuhan 430079, Hubei, China
Abstract:
On the basis of sufficient understanding about the general situation of the Lu’an planning area, Anhui Province, this paper uses strengths weakness opportunity threats (SWOT) analysis to analyze the internal and external factors of the development of the planning area itself; then it analyzes the industrial cluster situation in the planning area, and uses GIS space analysis to analyze the industry status of the planning area, integrating it with the geographic space expression to provide references for formulating the economic development program of the Lu’an planning area.
Key words:Lu’an planning area; strengths weakness opportunity threats (SWOT) analysis; space mapping; economy; industry
CLC number:P283.8; TU982; F062.5
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