Local creative dude Doug McCune has committed a crime against topography -- literally. The author of Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies
has interpolated last year's city crime statistics, by category, with a map of San Francisco. The effect is both fascinating and educational
: In short, if a spot on McCune's crime-topographic map would be hard to bike, it'd be easy to fall victim there. Take a gander:
Prostitution doesn't so much have mountains but monoliths.
Narcotics crime -- or Rio de Janeiro
? You can visit McCune's website
to see how larceny, assault, vandalism, warrants, vehicle theft, and robbery map out. And you thought San Francisco was hilly in the real world. H/T | Flowing Data, Gawker
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