ATS Data & Analysis
The American Terrorism Study is a relational database containing data derived from federal court records and open source media documents. A description of the database, as well as a select list of coded variables, are available in the ATS Public Skeleton Codebook on this page. Datasets from federally funded projects, exported in flat-file format using SPSS or similar applications, are archived in the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) housed within the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) at the University of Michigan.
Analytical How-To Collection
The TRC hosts a collection of quick guides on various analytical methods. The latest updates:
The SSO Inventory is an adapted Excel version of Odgers and colleagues Google Street View Inventory. The spreadsheet is not locked, allowing for tailoring of inventory questions and additions to other concepts (e.g. CPTED). For information about creating drop-down...
ArcGIS PRO: Moving Offset Point Data (Crime) to Nearest Line (Street) & Spatially Joining Crime Points to Street
NAJCD Dataset Links:
Other data requests, including those intended for dissertations and theses, should be directed to TRC staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.