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De Brugse commissaris Van In en zijn assistent Guido Versavel doen onthutsende ontdekkingen bij het onderzoek naar de dood van een stewardess die relaties had in de drugswereld.
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3 Arbitrariness of Parameter Selections The third consideration is that the selection of a minimum number of points for cluster determination does render Nnh slightly arbitrary (Grubesic and Murray 2001) and research has yet to empirically guide the selection of a suitable minimum number. The purpose of a choice such as 10 (the default CrimeStat option) is to minimize the number of extremely small clusters (Levine 2004). In other words, the aim is for the cluster detection to identify small neighborhood clusters rather than collections of a couple of points at a street corner; however, it is recognized that the requirement to pre-determine a minimum cluster density is a limitation of the process.
In each case, there are no DAs that exhibit increasing trends; rather, most have statistically insignificant change with a small number of decreasing trends. How can this be the case? A. Andresen and N. 35 29 43 36 Notes: CTs census tracts, DAs dissemination areas, MSOAs middle layer super output areas, OAs output areas, total CTs = 110, total MSOAs = 108 As it turns out for the CTs on the sides of Fig. 1, there are DAs with statistically insignificant changes that have increasing trends. And these increasing trends are close to being statistically significant; if a 90% confidence interval had been chosen, for example, the results of those DAs would have been statistically significant and increasing.