Baltimore gun offenders and where academics don’t live

January 3, 2012

(This article was first published on Simply Statistics, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Jeff recently posted links to data from cities and states. He and I wrote R code that plots gun offender locations for Baltimore. Specifically we plot the locations that appear on this table. I added locations of the Baltimore neighborhoods where most of our Hopkins colleagues live as well as the location of the medical institutions where we work. Note the corridor with no points between the West side (Barksdale territory) and East side (Prop Joe territory). Not surprisingly, academics don’t live near the gun offenders. 

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