ESSE 3600 Lecture Notes - Indecent Exposure, Arcgis, Spatial Analysis

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Published on 19 Apr 2013
School
York University
Department
Earth, Space Science and Engineering
Course
ESSE 3600
Professor
Lab 5
EATS 3300
York University
2/13/2013
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Table of Contents
Introduction…Page 1
Fight Incidents…Page 2
Figure 1…Page 2
Figure 2…Page 3
Figure 3…Page 4
Skill Reference…Page 4
References…Page 4
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This lab exercise focusses on spatial analysis of arcgis. There are three different parts related to school safety. The first part of this lab is analyzing fights among students that have occurred within the school building at lunch time over the past month. The second part of this lab is analyzing how close and where certain crimes are occurring around the school campus, such as indecent exposure and robbery. The third part of the lab is combining a map of students with census tracts and analyzing crime rate per area to determine which areas of the schools have the most crime. By performing a query analysis, it has been determined that 17 fight incidents occurred. The fight involving the most fights occurred near the lockers. The analysis produced map of the fights is shown below in figure 1. It was found that there were 14 accounts of indecent exposures, 11 of which occurred on weekdays.

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