My publication Visualization techniques for journey to crime flow data has just been posted in the online first section of the Cartography and Geographic Information Science journal. Here is the general doi link, but Taylor and Francis gave me a limited number of free offprints to share the full version, so the first 50 visitors can get the PDF at this link.
Also note that:
- The pre-print is posted to SSRN. The pre-print has more maps that were cut for space, but the final article is surely cleaner (in terms of concise text and copy editing) and has slightly different discussion in various places based on reviewer feedback.
- Materials I used for the article can be downloaded from here. The SPSS code to make the vector geometries for a bunch of the maps is not terribly friendly. So if you have questions feel free – or if you just want a tutorial just ask and I will work on a blog post for it.
- If you ever want an off-print for an article just send me an email (you can find it on my CV. I plan on continuing to post pre-prints to SSRN, but I realize it is often preferable to cite the final in print version (especially if you take a quote).
The article will be included in a special issue on crime mapping in the CaGIS due to be published in January 2015.