Hot Routes: Developing a New Technique for the Spatial Analysis of Crime

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Partridge, HC; Tompson, L; Shepherd, N;
(2009)
  • Publisher: CJ Research
  • Subject: mapping, linear, network, rate, hotspot, transport

The use of hotspot mapping techniques such as KDE to represent the geographical spread of linear events can be problematic. Network-constrained data (for example transport-related crime) require a different approach to visualize concentration. We propose a methodology c... View more
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