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About the Author
Wilpen L. Gorr is emeritus professor of public policy and management information systems at the School of Public Policy and Management, H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University, where he taught and researched GIS applications. He was also chairman of the school’s Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program and editor of the International Journal of Forecasting.
Kristen S. Kurland is a Teaching Professor of Architecture, Information Systems, and Public Policy at the H. John Heinz III College and School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University, where she teaches GIS, building information modeling, computer-aided design, 3D visualization, infrastructure management, and enterprise data analytics.
Zan M. Dodson is a postdoctoral associate in the Public Health Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh and adjunct faculty at the H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University, where he teaches GIS, spatiotemporal modeling, spatial optimization, and remote sensing.
Table of Contents
Preface Acknowledgments Learning pathways
Part 1: Working with Crime Maps --Chapter 1: Introduction to crime mapping and analysis
--Chapter 2: Introduction to Crime Mapping Using ArcGIS
--Chapter 3: Using Crime Maps
--Chapter 4: Designing and Building Crime Maps
Part 2: Conducting Crime Analysis
--Chapter 5: Querying Crime Maps
--Chapter 6: Building Crime Map Animations
--Chapter 7: Conducting Hot Spot Analysis
Part 3: Building a Crime Mapping and Analysis System
--Chapter 8: Assembling Jurisdiction Maps
--Chapter 9: Preparing Incident Data for Mapping
--Chapter 10: Automating Crime Maps Appendix A Tools and buttons Appendix B Task index Appendix C Handling data and homework files Appendix D Data source credits Appendix E Data license agreement Appendix F Installing the data and software