Singleton, A, S. Spielman and D. Folch (2017). Urban Analytics. London: Sage.

Ivan, I, A. Singleton, J. Horák and T. Inspektor (2016). The Rise of Big Spatial Data. Berlin: Springer.

Brunsdon, C. and A. Singleton (2014). Geocomputation, A Practical Primer. London: Sage.

Singleton, A. D. (2010). Educational Opportunity: the Geography of Access to Higher Education. Farham: Ashgate. ISBN: 9780754678670.

Singleton, A, D. Unwin and K. Kemp (2010). Instructor Manual: Geographic Information Systems and Science (3rd Edition). Chichester: Wiley.

Journal Articles


Dolgea, L, M. Pavlis and A. Singleton (2016). “Estimating attractiveness, hierarchy and catchment area extents for a national set of retail centre agglomerations”. In: Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 28, pp. 78-90. URL:

Gale, C, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2016). “Creating the 2011 area classification for output areas (2011 OAC)”. In: Journal of Spatial Information Science, pp. 1-27. URL:

Singleton, A, L. Dolgea, M. Pavlis and P. Longley (2016). “Measuring the spatial vulnerability of retail centres to online consumption through a framework of e-resilience”. In: Geoforum 69, pp. 5-18. URL:

Singleton, A, P. Longley and M. Pavlis (2016). “The stability of geodemographic cluster assignments over an inter-censal period”. In: Journal of Geographical Systems 18.2, pp. 97-123. URL:

Singleton, A, S. Spielman and C. Brunsdon (2016). “Establishing a Framework for Open Geographic Information Science”. In: International Journal Of Geographical Information Science 30.9, pp. 1507-1521. URL:

Thiele, T, D. Pope, A. Singleton, D. Snape and D. Stanistreet (2016). “Experience of disadvantage: The influence of identity on engagement in working class students’ educational trajectories to an elite university”. In: British Educational Research Journal. URL:

Thiele, T, D. Pope, A. Singleton and D. Stanistreet (2016). “Role of students’ context in predicting academic performance at a medical school: a retrospective cohort study”. In: BMJ open 6.3, p. e010169. URL:


Singleton, A. (2015). “Transport Mode Choice and the Commute to Work”. In: Environment and Planning A 47.7, pp. 1401-1403. URL:

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2015). “The internal structure of Greater London: a comparison of national and regional geodemographic models”. In: Geo: Geography and Environment 2.1, pp. 69-87. URL:

Spielman, S. and A. Singleton (2015). “Studying Neighborhoods Using Uncertain Data from the American Community Survey: A Contextual Approach”. In: Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105.5, pp. 1003-1025. URL:


Bearman, N. and A. Singleton (2014). “Modelling the potential impact on \(CO_2\) emissions of an increased uptake of active travel for the home to school commute using individual level data”. In: Journal of Transport and Health 1.4, pp. 295-304. URL:

Harris, R, T. Nicholas, C. Souch, A. Singleton, S. Orford, C. Keylock, C. Jarvis and C. Brunsdon (2014). “Geographers Count: A Report on Quantitative Methods in Geography”. In: Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences 6.2, pp. 43-58. URL:

Riddlesden, D. and A. Singleton (2014). “Broadband speed equity: A new digital divide?” In: Applied Geography 52, pp. 25-33. URL:

Singleton, A. and C. Brunsdon (2014). “Escaping the Pushpin Paradigm in Geographic Information Science: (Re)presenting National Crime Data”. In: Area 46.3, pp. 294-304. DOI:

Thiele, T, A. Singleton, D. Pope and D. Stanistreet (2014). “Predicting Students’ Academic Performance Based on School and Socio-Demographic Characteristics”. In: Studies in Higher Education In Press. URL:


Adnan, M, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2013). “OACoder: Postcode Coding Tool”. In: Journal of Open Research Software 1.1, p. e5. URL:

Phillips, R, D. Frost and A. Singleton (2013). “Researching the Riots”. In: The Geographical Journal 179.1, pp. 3-10. URL:

Singleton, A. (2013). “A GIS Approach to Modelling CO2 Emissions Associated with the Pupil-School Commute”. In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28.2, pp. 256-273. URL:

Singleton, A. and S. Spielman (2013). “The Past, Present and Future of Geodemographic Research in the United States and United Kingdom”. In: Professional Geographer 66.4, pp. 558-567. URL:


Riddlesden, D, A. Singleton and T. B. Fischer (2012). “A Survey of the use of Geographic Information Systems in English Local Authority Impact Assessments”. In: Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 14.01, p. 1250006. URL:

Singleton, A. (2012). “The Geodemographics of Access and Participation in Geography”. In: The Geographical Journal 178.3, pp. 216-229. URL:

Singleton, A, A. G. Wilson and O. O’Brien (2012). “Geodemographics and Spatial Interaction: an Integrated Model for Higher Education”. In: Journal of Geographical Systems 14.2, pp. 223-241. URL:


Brunsdon, C, P. Longley, A. Singleton and D. Ashby (2011). “Predicting Participation in Higher Education: a Comparative Evaluation of the Performance of Geodemographic Classifications”. In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 174.1, pp. 17-30. URL:

Mateos, P, M. de Smith and A. Singleton (2011). “Developments in Quantitative Human Geography, Urban Modelling, and Geographic Information Science”. In: Transactions in GIS 15.3, pp. 249-252. URL:

Singleton, A. and D. J. Lewis (2011). “Including Accident Information in Automatic Bicycle Route Planning for Urban Areas”. In: Urban Studies Research 2011, pp. 1-10. URL:

Singleton, A, P. Longley, R. Allen and O. O’Brien (2011). “Estimating Secondary School Catchment Areas and the Spatial Equity of Access”. In: Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35.3, pp. 241-249. URL:


Adnan, M, P. Longley, A. Singleton and C. Brunsdon (2010). “Towards Real-Time Geodemographics: Clustering Algorithm Performance for Large Multidimensional Spatial Databases”. In: Transactions in GIS 14.3, pp. 283-297. URL:

Cheshire, J. A, P. A. Longley and A. Singleton (2010). “The Surname Regions of Great Britain”. In: Journal of Maps 6.1, pp. 401-409. URL:

Harris, R, A. Singleton, D. Grose, C. Brunsdon and P. Longley (2010). “Grid-enabling Geographically Weighted Regression: A Case Study of Participation in Higher Education in England”. In: Transactions in GIS 14.1, pp. 43-61. URL:

Longley, P. A, A. Singleton, K. Yano and T. Nakaya (2010). “Lost in Translation: Cross-Cultural Experiences in Teaching Geo-Genealogy”. In: Journal of Geography in Higher Education 34.1, pp. 21-38. URL:

Singleton, A. (2010). “The Geodemographics of Educational Progression and their Implications for Widening Participation in Higher Education”. In: Environment and Planning A 42.11, pp. 2560-2580. URL:


Longley, P. and A. Singleton (2009a). “Classification Through Consultation: Public Views Of The Geography Of The E-Society.” In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science 23.6, pp. 737-763. URL:

Longley, P. and A. Singleton (2009b). “Linking Social Deprivation and Digital Exclusion in England”. In: Urban Studies 46.7, pp. 1275-1298. URL:

Mateos, P, A. Singleton and P. Longley (2009). “Uncertainty in the Analysis of Ethnicity Classifications: Issues of Extent and Aggregation of Ethnic Groups”. In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35.9, pp. 1437-1460. URL:

Singleton, A. (2009). “Data Mining Course Choice Sets and Behaviours for Target Marketing of Higher Education”. In: Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing 17.3, pp. 157-170. URL:

Singleton, A. and P. Longley (2009a). “Creating Open Source Geodemographics - Refining a National Classification of Census Output Areas for Applications in Higher Education”. In: Papers in Regional Science 88.3, pp. 643-666. URL:

Singleton, A. and P. A. Longley (2009b). “Geodemographics, Visualisation, and Social Networks in Applied Geography”. In: Applied Geography 29.3, pp. 289-298. URL:


Gibin, M, A. Singleton, R. Milton, P. Mateos and P. Longley (2008). “An Exploratory Cartographic Visualisation of London through the Google Maps API”. In: Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 1.2, pp. 85-97. URL:

Haklay, M, A. Singleton and C. Parker (2008). “Web Mapping 2.0: The Neogeography of the GeoWeb”. In: Geography Compass 2.6, pp. 2011-2039. URL: