Doing an analysis in South Lake Tahoe, CA where the multi-regional study area are 3 counties in NV and one county in CA. From your article in developing a multi-regional model in a state, one uses state data and zip code data to develop a instate multi-regional model. For a multi-state multi-regional model, for example in South Lake Tahoe, do we need the state data for both California and Nevada together? Or for the Nevada zip codes do we use only the Nevada data and for the California zip codes only California data to do the modeling?
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