|ALL CRIME LOCATIONS, BY STREET|
Is there a pattern there? I have not really got a clue, so I thought I would put together some combinations, just on the off chance, and following a naive assumption about how colour might work in an eighteenth-century urban context (where bright colours were expensive).
|RED, BLUE, YELLOW|
I was still not quite convinced, but thought I should have one last go with the data displayed as 'Large Blocks', and by further combining 'manufactured colours' and 'natural' ones.
|RED, BLUE, YELLOW, BLACK, WHITE - LARGE BLOCKS|
|GREEN, BROWN - LARGE BLOCKS|
Or finally, the same sets of results with the sets of colours subtracted from one an another.
|RED, BLUE, YELLOW, BLACK, WHITE, MINUS GREEN AND BROWN- LARGE BLOCKS|
|GREEN AND BROWN, MINUS RED, BLUE ETC - LARGE BLOCKS|
|THE TWO COLOUR SETS MINUS THEIR OPPOSITE OVERLAID ('MANUFACTURED' VS 'NATURAL)|