BioMed Research International / 2018 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Trends of Rural/Urban Homicide in Colombia, 1992-2015: Internal Armed Conflict and Hints for Postconflict

Figure 2

Trends in age-standardized homicide rates (ASHR) separately for men and women aged 15-64, with 95 confidence intervals, including annual percent change (APC) based on joinpoint models, separately for urban and rural area, Colombia, 1992-2015. Markers: Observed age-standardized homicide rates (ASHR) among men and women of 15-64 years including 95% CI (vertical lines). The points represent ASHR, and the dotted lines represent the trendlines between joinpoints. The numbers adjacent to the lines represent annual percent change (APC) during the corresponding periods (specified below APC values), based on joinpoint modelling; a star in APC indicates statistical significance at α 0.05.
(a) Urban ASHR for men and women
(b) Rural ASHR for men and women

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