Spatio-temporal crime data analysis in Cardiff city.
Alsubaie, Meteib, Khalid
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This project aims to analyse and understand the spatio-temporal crime data by ex- ploring the spatial and temporal behaviour patterns that contribute to the presence or absence of criminal offences. The crime data will be downloaded from data.police.uk which contains open data about crime and policing the United Kingdom. But, this pro- ject will only use a sample data-set in Cardiff city for evaluation. Next, the data-set will be imported into a SQL database, and a java application will be created to query and analyse the data. Moreover, Google Maps API will be used for spatial visualisations. Specifically, this work will analyse the effect specific seasons/events on the drop or increase of the number and types of incidences. Also, it will discover the unsafe geo- graphic hot spots that witness an increase in the number or types of crime incidences.
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