Misrepresentation in maps: mini-survey results from the Ministry of Defence

A couple of years ago, Reka Solymosi and I began a side-project on different ways of visualising spatial data. We were (well, still are) interested in how people interpret maps, and how these interpretations might differ depending the type of map being used, even when the underlying data is the same.

Akmedoids R package for generating directionally-homogeneous clusters of longitudinal data sets

Paper and documentation for an R package to implement anchored k-medoids, a method for clustering longitudinal data.

Update: lockdown crime trends

Over the past few weeks I have spent a bit of time exploring police recorded crime trends before and after the UK-wide lockdown. There has been talk of lockdowns representing the largest criminological experiment in history.


R course(s).