Axwoman 6.3 integrates installer and functionality of both Axwoman 5.0 and AxialGen 1.0 for recent ArcGIS versions. It is free for academic purposes. To unpack or install, one must contact bin DOT jiang AT hig DOT se for password due to copyright concerned.
If you used Axwoman in your research, recommended citation is as follows:
Jiang B. (2015), Axwoman 6.3: An ArcGIS extension for urban morphological analysis, http://giscience.hig.se/binjiang/Axwoman/, University of Gävle, Sweden.
There is an on-line Axwoman Users Group where you can discuss thoughts and questions with other users via email or the web, and also a place where you can send us feedback which is very valuable to us in improvement. We'd like to hear from you. Follow the above
link to browse the group, or follow this link to join.
Axwoman 6.3 is a research prototype evolved from several research papers:
- Jiang B. (2017), A topological representation for taking cities as a coherent whole, Geographical Analysis, xx(x), xx-xx, DOI: 10.1111/gean.12145.
- Jiang B. (2016), A complex-network perspective on Alexander's wholeness, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 463, 475–484.
- Jiang B. (2015c), A city is a complex network, in: Mehaffy M. W. (editor, 2015), Christopher Alexander A City is Not a Tree: 50th Anniversary Edition, Sustasis Press: Portland, OR, 89-100.
- Jiang B. (2015b), Wholeness as a hierarchical graph to capture the nature of space, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 29(9), 1632–1648.
- Jiang B. (2015a), Head/tail breaks for visualization of city structure and dynamics, Cities, 43, 69-77.
- Jiang B. and Yin J. (2014), Ht-index for quantifying the fractal or scaling structure of geographic features, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 104(3), 530–541.
- Jiang B. (2013), The image of the city out of the underlying scaling of city artifacts or locations, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(6), 1552-1566.
- Liu X. and Jiang B. (2012), Defining and generating axial lines from street center lines for better understanding of urban morphologies, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 26(8), 1521-1532.
- Jiang B. and Liu X. (2010), Automatic generation of the axial lines of urban environments to capture what we perceive, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 24(4), 545–558.
- Jiang B., Zhao S., and Yin J. (2008), Self-organized natural roads for predicting traffic flow: a sensitivity study, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, July, P07008.
- Jiang B. (2007), A topological pattern of urban street networks, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 384, 647 - 655.
- Jiang B. and Claramunt C. (2004), Topological analysis of urban street networks, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31, 151-162.
- Jiang B. and Claramunt C. (2002), Integration of space syntax into GIS: new perspectives for urban morphology, Transactions in GIS, 6(3), 295-309.
- Jiang B., Claramunt C. and Batty M. (1999), Geometric accessibility and geographic information: extending desktop GIS to space syntax, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 23, 127–146.
- Jiang B. (2017), Axwoman 6.3 towards a design tool for smart cities. [Link]
- Jiang B. (2016), A Mathematical model of beauty for sustainable urban design. [Link]