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 registered without a date of occurrence were assumed to have occurred in the same month they were registered and all deaths without a municipio of occurrence were assumed to have taken place where they were registered. Various events are worth checking out:
|Click on the image to visit theÂ interactive drug war map. Or try theÂ Spanish version|
If you’re interested at all in what’s happening in Mexico you can’t miss the interactive map of the drug war I just made. You can link directly to citiesÂ or wholeÂ regionsÂ within Mexico and post them to Twitter and FacebookÂ by clicking on the “Share This Map” link at the bottom of the box. You can even compare 2007Â MÃ©xico with 2010Â MÃ©xico and switch between drug war-related homicides and total homicides (the ones from the INEGI). If you hover over the chart you’ll get the monthly values and information on important events. To top it off you can export the monthly data to csv. You’ll need a latest generation browser to use it.
Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with any of the organizations or institutions to which Diego Valle-Jones belongs. All opinions are my own.
- Mexico Crime Rates - ElCri.men: Monthly Crime Report for all of Mexico
- Mexico City Crime - HoyoDeCrimen.com: Geospatial crime map of Mexico City
- Mexico City Air Quality - HoyoDeSmog
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