Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis Techniques for Examining Urban Crime

@inproceedings{Murray2001ExploratorySD,
  title={Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis Techniques for Examining Urban Crime},
  author={Alan T. Murray and Ingrid McGuffog and Patrick B Mullins},
  year={2001}
}
Regional planners, policy makers and policing agencies all recognize the importance of better understanding the dynamics of crime. Theoretical and application-oriented approaches which provide insights into why and where crimes take place are much sought after. Geographic information systems and spatial analysis techniques, in particular, are proving to be essential for studying criminal activity. However, the capabilities of these quantitative methods continue to evolve. This paper explores… CONTINUE READING

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