BioMed Research International / 2018 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

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

Figure 4

Trends in age-standardized homicide rates (ASHR) separately for men and women aged 15-64, with 95 confidence intervals, including smoothed lines between years, separately for urban and rural area by age groups (adolescent and youth, young adults, and middle aged adults), 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 smoothed trendlines.

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