- In this assignment, some
*exploratory analysis*is done on the**criminal incident data**from**Seattle**and**San Francisco**to visualize patterns and contrast and compare patterns across the two cities. **Data**used: The real crime dataset from**Summer (June-Aug) 2014**for both of two US cities*Seattle*and*San Francisco*has been used for the analysis. The datasets used for analysis are reduced forms of publicly-available datasets.- Each figure (supporting the analysis) has one / few of the descriptions / takeaways / insights on top of it (as header), although the purpose of each analysis is self-explanatory.
- Please Zoom (Ctrl+ in a browser) if required, to view the figures (e.g., read the axis labels) properly.
- All of the analysis / visualization was done using R and with the library graphic grammar plot and should be easily reproducible.

As can be seen from the next visualization, the highest number of arrest, booked resolution in San Francisco was for crime category WARRANT.

As can be seen from the next visualization, most of the resolutions (such as arrest booked/cited) in San Francisco belong to SOUTHERN area (where most of the crimes happened, as seen earlier), but the highest number of unresolved cases belong to the same area as well. The higest number of JUVENILE BOOED resolution taken was in BAYVIEW, where the maximum number of EXCEPTIONAL CLEARANCE resolution was for TARVAL.

The following (Heatmap) visualization shows that (w.r.t. the total number of incidents) 1 AM – 11 AM is the safest time in the University District of Seattle during the summer months.

The following visualization shows the spatial patterns (w.r.t. the total number of incidents) for a few different types of crimes in San Francisco during the summer months.

The following visualization shows the spatial patterns (w.r.t. the total number of incidents) for a few different types of crimes in the University District of Seattle during the summer months.

The following visualization shows how the crime patterns changed over months in the University District of Seattle during the summer months.

The following visualization (Contour) shows that the most of the crimes happened in the region WesteLake Center, Union Street and PIKEPLACE Market (w.r.t. the total number of incidents) in the University District of Seattle during the summer months.

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