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This is the author accepted manuscript of the chapter *Discrete Spatial Choice Models* in *The Study of Crime and Place: A Methods Handbook*, edited by Elisabeth R. Groff & Cory P. Haberman, C.P., published by Temple University Press. It includes the main text (published on paper), the supplementary text (published only online), the R script and the two data files that are used by the R script. The purpose of the chapter is to explain the purpose, mathematics and practical application of discrete spatial choice models. Discrete spatial choice models are regression models that use empirical data to help understand how individuals choose a place from a set of alternative places. Applied to crime, they help understand how offenders choose a location for offending.
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