Using This Site
This site makes it easy for people to analyze crime-related data. Select a page to look at the type of data you're interested in.
I am a PhD candidate in Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania. My research focuses on Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), specifically on the effect of outdoor lighting on crime.
- asciiSetupReader: R package for reading fixed-width ASCII files that have an.sps or .sas setup file. It also allows users to quickly generate setup files.
- fastDummies: R package for quickly and efficiently making binary columns out of categorical columns. It also fills in "dummy rows" for data sets missing rows of data based on all combinations of categorical and date columns.
- boxoffice: Download daily box office information (how much each movie earned in theaters).
- caesar: Encrypts and decrypts strings using either the Caesar cipher or a pseudorandom number generation (using set.seed()) method.
- meditations: Prints a random quote from Marcus Aurelius' book Meditations.
- My website Crime by the Numbers provides analysis of crime data as well as advice on how to work with certain crime data sets.