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Fig. 2 | Crime Science

Fig. 2

From: AI-enabled future crime

Fig. 2

Overall crime ranking resulting from the workshop. For each crime, the colour-coded bars show the mean rank for the four dimensions, computed across the 5 groups and standardised to have zero mean and unit standard deviation within each dimension. Bars above (below) the line indicate that the crime is of greater (less) concern in that dimension. Error bars indicate the interquartile range between groups. The column (low, medium, or high) each crime is placed in is determined by min(a + d,h + p). The resulting values have an approximately bell-shaped distribution and are arranged in a similar fashion to the q-sorting grids. Crimes within the same column should be considered of comparable concern. Concern increases with column from left to right

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