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An R package with all injury intent deaths registered in Mexico 2004-2012

Continuously updated crime information

Visit for the latest official crime information.

State population datasets 1990-2030

Cleaned up Mexican population estimates by five-year age groups and gender 1990-2030 (mid-year) at the state level:

Original data from the CONAPO website

The best high schools in Mexico City (COMIPEMS analysis)

Click on the map to visit the interactive version

In Mexico City all ninth graders who want to enroll in a public high school (grades 10 trough 12 in Mexico) must take an exam called COMIPEMS. In order to ensure students are assigned in a fair way to a school of their choice the following steps are taken:

Shapefiles of Mexico (AGEBs, Manzanas, etc)

My post on how to download electoral shapefiles proved to be very popular, so I decided to create another script to download shapefiles of census geographies.

Maps of Mexico City

Just some maps of the Mexico City metro area based on the 2010 census. You can search by address and switch to satellite view. If the maps seem slow I suggest you use chrome.

Visualising Change in Presidential Votes

Click on the image to visit the interactive version (Spanish)

I liked this visualization by the New York Times of the US presidential election so much I decided to recreate it using Mexican data, and in the process added a slope graph. So go visit my new visualization of the change in presidential vote from 2006 to 2012 at the municipality level. I recommend using chrome to view the visualisation, there’s also a Spanish version.

Download electoral shapefiles of Mexico (secciones, distritos, and colonias)

Mexican Presidential Election by District

Interactive map of the drug war in Mexico

I’ve updated the interactive map

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