Studying the effect of weather conditions on daily crash counts using a discrete time-series model.

@article{Brijs2008StudyingTE,
  title={Studying the effect of weather conditions on daily crash counts using a discrete time-series model.},
  author={Tom Brijs and Dimitris Karlis and Geert Wets},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={1180-90}
}
In previous research, significant effects of weather conditions on car crashes have been found. However, most studies use monthly or yearly data and only few studies are available analyzing the impact of weather conditions on daily car crash counts. Furthermore, the studies that are available on a daily level do not explicitly model the data in a time-series context, hereby ignoring the temporal serial correlation that may be present in the data. In this paper, we introduce an integer… CONTINUE READING
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