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and welcome to the site. Actually the interpretation is just opposite of what you write. Values above zero indicate clustering and values below zero indicate regularity/dispersion/repulsion. However, the L-function is cumulative over all distances up to r and this makes the interpretation more subtle/difficult. It is actually sometimes easier to interpret ...


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Thanks for a well described problem. The code for Jfox (together with most of spatstat) was written by Adrian Baddeley, and I just passed your question to him. The reply was: In order to estimate Jfox, the objects X and Y must each have a "window" inside which they are observed. The principle is that we must determine which parts of the 'observation ...


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