Special Education Prevalence in Hartford surrounding area 2008-2013

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The continuous lines show the trend of how the overall special education prevalence trend has changed from 2008 t0 2013 in Hartford surrounding area, including Hartford, East Hartford, West Hartford, Wethersfield and Willington. The X-axis shows the years, and Y-axis shows the prevalence in percentage. Different trend lines show different regions and can be filtered on the right side of the chart. This graph can lead the Education Department into deeper and broader research on improving special education system in Connecticut.


Percentage of Homes without cars in Hartford Neighborhoods

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This Bar Graph shows the percentage of zero vehicle households in the various neighborhoods of Hartford. I can use this graph to infer where more people rely on public transportation and walking, and will most likely have a harder time getting to a store with nutritious foods. The name of each neighborhood is on the x-axis, while the percentage of zero vehicle homes is on the y-axis. I found this data from CT Data Haven, a website that collects and interprets data about Connecticut.

Data Haven 2014 Hartford/West Hartford Neighborhood Estimates

Types of Police Arrests in the Neighborhood Behind the Rocks and SouthWest, Connecticut

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This interactive map of Connecticut shows the relationship between the types of police arrest with respect to the Behind the Rocks and the SouthWest neighborhood.  In this map, the types of police arrests such as theft, assault, motor vehicle robbery, and larceny have more reports in the neighborhood Behind the Rocks compared to SouthWest. The visual data of the types of police arrests will help identify patterns such as demographic patterns that may play a part in the rate of assault arrests in certain neighborhoods.

Connecticut Open Data Source

Police Incident Repository File

The relationship between public education investment and crime index

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This graph shows the relationship between the government education investment and crime index. The x-axis is the in-state rank of town’s investment into education(Education cost sharing), in reverse order. The y-axis shows the crime index, which indicates the number of crimes per 100,000 people. All data is the data of 2012.

Crime Index data link

Education cost sharing data link