Identifying Safe(r) Public Spaces for Women in Mexico City

Mexico City. Photo: Traveler, 2016.
Figure 1. Step-by-step process of the Data Powered Positive Deviance method. Currently we are working on the positive deviant´s identification.
Figure 2. A) Mexico City divided by AGEB (basic geostatistical area). B) Zoom in of a group of AGEBs and the blocks they contain.
Figure 3. Homogeneous grouping of Mexico City.
Figure 4. Victims in investigation files of the Attorney General’s Office, categorized by severity.

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