- Funded by SCRA/NIJ, the
Urban Crime Simulator (UCS) can be used to simulate changes
in crime rates in urban neighborhoods. It uses the analog
approach to estimating changes in crime rates based on user
input on how neighborhood characteristics are changing. The
UCS also has a suite of tools for data mining such that
users can understand better how each neighborhood attribute
change within the neighborhood and how the estimates are
- UCS requires a licensed
installation of ArcEnging 9.x or newer.
- Website for UCS info and
Urban Growth Simulator|
- Funded by EPA under the
EMPACT program, the Urban Growth Simulator (UGS) was
developed to facilitate simulating urban growth at
neighborhood level. It has four tools built in for growth
management tools that allow users to simulate urban growth
in any combination.
- UGS (and a simple user's
guide) can be downloaded from:
- Web-functioning UGS server was
retired in 2012.
- An example of using UGS by 1
of over 250 users can be found in:
|KSUMAP - A Web-Based GIS Data
- This web site was developed by
David Fuhry from the Advanced GIS class.
provides an interactive tool for visitors to upload their
GIS data, in shapefile format, for display.
- Web-functioning server was retired in
FTP site provides access to a wide range of data sets
that can be incorporated into GIS database.
- Ftp site was retired in 2013.