Euclidean allocation analysis II

Imagine you need to promote recycling. Imagine you have 1000 inhabitants from a small village and you need to provide proper colored plastic bags for each and every one of the categories you need to disaggregate: organic, plastic and paper. You need to service them all properly but you can only choose 5 shops (out of theContinue reading “Euclidean allocation analysis II”

Allocation analysis: Attaching customers to facilities

Allocates a set of demand points (Customers) to user specified number of supply points (Facilities) out of a Facilities point dataset based on the Euclidian distance between the Customers and Facilities.