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Diego Valle-Jones
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Municipios with missing persons anomalies
The Secretaría de Gobernación just updated the missing persons database ( RNPED ) to include data up to January 2015. The database now contains information on 25,293 missing persons from the fuero común (local government) and 443 from the fuero federal (fed...

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The 74 most violent cities in Mexico
I’ve updated the mxmortalitydb package to include 2013 data. This data only package includes all injury intent deaths (accidents, homicides, suicides, and unspcified intent) that were registered in Mexico from 2004 to 2013. You can use the package to calcul...

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Nobody lives here
This is an interactive  map of all rural AGEBs that contain no localities and thus are empty of permanent residents. If you compare it to the US version , the total area with no people living inside it is much smaller since the data in Mexico is only availa...

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HoyodeCrimen.com - Crime information for the Distrito Federal
Crime information for the Federal District now has its own website with updated data https://hoyodecrimen.com/en / - English version https://hoyodecrimen.com/ - Spanish version I've also added a trends section where you can look up which cuadrantes experien...

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Important notice regarding crimenmexico
The website where  crimenmexico  downloads crime information hasn't been responding for quite a while now, the SESNSP server's uptime has never been good but it has never stayed down for so long which I guess means that  Secretariado Ejecutivo del Sistema N...

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Crime in Mexico City at the cuadrante delictivo level
Click on the image to visit the  interactive visualization I recently made a FOIA request to the SSPDF requesting information on crime at the cuadrante delictivo level (in-between size a municipio and a manzana ), and to my surprise they actually answered w...

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Interactive map of the drug war in Mexico - 2012
It's that time of the year again when I update the interactive map of the drug war in Mexico . The map now uses 30 day months to calculate homicide rates and the new CONAPO population estimates. As usual there is also a Spanish version . All deaths register...

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Changes in homicide rates
More examples of using the mxmortalitydb package! Changes and trends in homicide rates in the most violent metro areas or big municipios. There was a big increase in violence in Nuevo Laredo. For comparison the homicide rate in Chicago (metro area) was 8.2....

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Changes in homicide rates
More examples of using the mxmortalitydb package! Changes and trends in homicide rates in the most violent metro areas or big municipios. There was a big increase in violence in Nuevo Laredo. For comparison the homicide rate in Chicago (metro area) was 8.2....

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An R package with all injury intent deaths registered in Mexico 2004-2012
This is a data only package containing all injury intent deaths (accidents, suicides, homicides, legal interventions, and deaths of unspecified intent) registered by the SSA/INEGI from 2004 to 2012. The data source for the database is the INEGI . In additio...
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