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CJS 331 Crime Mapping II Using Geographic Information Systems 4.0 Credits

This course takes up where Crime Mapping I leaves off by teaching students some of the intermediate to advanced techniques of crime mapping using geospatial software. The course opens with a brief review of the fundamentals of crime mapping, then moves into some of the more advanced mapping/software applications that support complex analyses and visualizations. Students will learn to manipulate attribute tables, select by spatial locations, create spatial buffer and distance surfaces, convert vector data to raster data, and assess for spatial autocorrelation and clustering. They will also learn to detect and work with spatial outliers.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CJS 330 [Min Grade: C]

Entertainment & Arts Management BS

...238 , MUSC 323 , MUSC 331 , MUSC 333 , MUSC...Science courses: AFAS, ANTH, CJS, ECON, ENSS, ENVS...

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