Interactive Crowdsourced Data on Gun Deaths Since Newtown

by Christopher Paul on January 2, 2013

Slate is doing some great things with crowdsourced data on gun deaths since the Newtown incident last month. As of this writing, there have been 393 people killed by guns. Slate breaks that data down by age, gender, when, and where. It’s interactive so you can filter on specific statistics. They’re also offering the database for free for other mashups, interactive charts, or research.

Don’t look at the data if you’re still upset about the tragedy that befell Sandy Hook. You’ll only get angrier.

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