Advanced Spatial Analysis

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Research Project Details

Alcohol Outlets and Driving After Drinking: A County-Level Spatial Analysis

Discipline: Criminology     Public Health               

Project Category:
Institution: Washington State University
Principal Investigators: Bryan Rookey

Description: An Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA) methodology is employed to shed light on the relationship between alcohol outlets and two drinking and driving related outcomes at the county level; DUI arrest rates and alcohol-related traffic fatalities. More >>

Related Publications: Paper presented at American Society of Criminology 2006

Software Used: Arc GIS, GeoDa

Contact: Bryan Rookey