Playing around with Unity3D.
Playing around with Unity3D.
The Denver Police Department recently released an interesting crime dataset at http://data.denvergov.org/dataset/city-and-county-of-denver-crime. The data represents approximately a half a decade worth of police incident reports.
Below are some maps I created using CartoDB. Click on the images for higher resolution.
Between stuffing their faces with Jaffa Cakes, and using the term “inn’it” after every statement, these Londoninians enjoy stealing each other’s bicycles.
2014 – 2015 Bicycle theft maps.
Original Concept Art
Health Care Information Data Breaches Affecting 500 or More Individuals. [2010 – 2015] This data was found on /r/datasets, https://ocrportal.hhs.gov/ocr/breach/breach_report.jsf
“As required by section 13402(e)(4) of the HITECH Act, the Secretary must post a list of breaches of unsecured protected health information affecting 500 or more individuals. These breaches are now posted in a new, more accessible format that allows users to search and sort the posted breaches. Additionally, this new format includes brief summaries of the breach cases that OCR has investigated and closed, as well as the names of private practice providers who have reported breaches of unsecured protected health information to the Secretary. The following breaches have been reported to the Secretary“
State Map by Incidents.
State Map by Total individuals affected.
Yearly Incidents and Individuals affected.
A look into open data about crime and policing in England.
Found at https://data.police.uk/. I downloaded a date range from 2011 through 2016, ~5 years. The uncompressed filesize for all select-able policing forces was approximately 5.45 GB. A quick C# script was written to filter out only the “Drug” crime type category, and it’s long/lat degree coordinates.
The downloadable data comes in a multi-directory/multi-file structure. Below is a c# console application which was created to parse the root folder, and export the specific crime type’s coordinates throughout out all the files.
A quick and fun response to a data visualization request submitted to Reddit. The dataset provided comes from chicagotribune.com, and contains monthly homicide counts from 1957 through 2015. Click on graphs below for larger size.
A look into Chicago Police Department’s gun related incident reports from January 2008 through February 2016. The data is from data.cityofchicago.org.
Playing around with the MapD demo. In order to show off their plotting speed capabilities, they provide a sample set of twitter geo data to view on an web based interactive world map. Time range of tweets displayed is from Nov,1 2014 through Feb 28, 2015. I don’t know how inclusive the tweet data is, and what percentage of the total tweets this sample contains.
Here are some screenshots I took of Tweets made from Illinois to Chicago.