Updated on Sat 07 March 2015

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Mexico Crime Report

crimenmexico.diegovalle.net

Special website with constantly updated crime information

Spanish: crimenmexico English: crimenmexico


Hoyo de Smog

hoyodesmog.diegovalle.net

Special website with constantly updated pollution info from Mexico City

English: hoyodesmog Spanish: hoyodesmog


HoyodeCrimen.com

HoyodeCrimen.com

Crime in Mexico City at the cuadrante delictivo level

Spanish: crimenmexico English: crimenmexico


Interactive map of the drug war in Mexico

Interactive map

Drug war routes, important events, and yearly homicide data for all the cities of Mexico

Spanish: crimenmexico English: crimenmexico


Is there crime in Veracruz?

Interactive website with Veracruz crime info

Spanish: haycrimenenveracruz


Analysis of the UNAM’s entrance exam

UNAM

The UNAM is Mexico’s biggest and most important university.


The best high schools in Mexico City (COMIPEMS analysis)

COMIPEMS scores

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.


Statistical analysis and visualization of the drug war in Mexico

Statistical analysis and visualization of the drug war in Mexico

Lots of charts, choropleths and analysis related to the drug war in Mexico


How the expiration of the assault weapon ban affected Mexico

How the expiration of the assault weapon ban affected Mexico

The expiration of the assault weapon ban coincided with an attempt by the Sinaloa Cartel to take over the drug trafficking routes in Nuevo Laredo


Problems with Mexican homicide data

Problems with Mexican homicide data

An ongoing series tackling problems with the way homicides are recorded


Mexico’s Drug War: 63,000 extra deaths in 6 years

Mexico's Drug War: 63,000 extra deaths in 6 years

My back-of-the-envelope estimate of the number of “excess” deaths from Dec. 2006 to Nov. 2012


The capture of ‘El Mochomo’ and homicides in Jalisco

The capture of 'El Mochomo' and homicides in Jalisco

The capture of a drug cartel leader coincided with a homicide increase in Jalisco


Age-Period-Cohort models and the decline of violence

Age-Period-Cohort models and the decline of violence

The homicide rate in Mexico was falling previous to the drug war


Divorce in Mexico

Divorce in Mexico

Wanna know how likely your marriage is to end in divorce?


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