By Spencer Chainey
This is the first book to fully explain how to effectively analyze the geography of crime. With comprehensive content that includes both new and old techniques, the book shows readers how to examine the spatial and temporal patterns of crime, analyze crime with other spatial data, and evaluate the impact of geographically targeted interventions. Whether readers are new to analyzing the geographic patterns of crime or are experienced analysts, they will benefit from learning the techniques presented in Understanding Crime. Esri Press, 2021, 304 pp., Ebook ISBN: 1589485853 and paperback ISBN: 1589485846.
By Andy Mitchell
This book teaches how to get better answers from map analysis using spatial measurements and statistics to get meaningful results. It provides a powerful method for analyzing geospatial data that does not require an understanding of the complex mathematical theories underpinning statistical tools. The Esri Guide to GIS Analysis, Volume 2: Spatial Measurements and Statistics, second edition, introduces readers to basic statistical concepts and some of the most common spatial statistics tasks: measuring distributions, identifying patterns and clusters, and analyzing relationships. This edition has been updated with the latest and most useful software tools and revised explanations to move from mapping to more quantitative statistical assessment. Esri Press, 2020, 288 pp., Ebook ISBN: 1589486080 and paperback ISBN: 9781589486089.
By Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg (editor),
Steven J. Steinberg (editor), Este Geraghty (foreword)
The ability to adapt to changing physical environments is essential in a world of unexpected changes. Resilience is more than an ideal—it can be achieved through intelligent planning and assessment. Resilient Communities across Geographies is a collection of case studies that examine the application of GIS to the analysis, planning, and creation of more resilient communities. Resilient Communities across Geographies helps readers develop an expanded sense of the power of spatial thinking and GIS to address the difficult social and economic problems. This book is edited by the authors of GIS Research Methods with a foreword by Este Geraghty, Esri chief medical officer. Esri Press, 2020, 320 pp., Ebook ISBN: 1589484819 and paperback ISBN: 9781589484818.
By J. Chris Carter
This text combines a comprehensive examination of human geography with engaging activities using the ArcGIS Online service to explore questions such as, Why are birthrates higher in one country than another and are there patterns or correlations in these rates? Introduction to Human Geography Using ArcGIS Online gets students actively involved in using geography through the ArcGIS Online exercises in each chapter. Esri Press, 2019, 440 pp., Ebook ASIN: B07N8LJVMZ and paperback ISBN: 1589485181.
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