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Administrative Subdivisions of the Island of Aragon and the United States.
The ceremony will take place on June 22 in Altanshiree soum (administrative subdivisions) of Dornogovi province, attended by Mongolian Prime minister Ukhnaa Hurelsukh and Indian Minister for Home Affairs Rajnath Singh, among other officials, according to the ministry.
In this study we used geographic information systems (GIS) to visualize and quantify the spatial distribution of RTC mortality and yearly trend from 2008 to 2012, for all 24 administrative subdivisions of Karachi, using Road Traffic Injury Research and Prevention Center's (RTIRPC) data.
Karachi is the only megacity of Pakistan, with an estimated population of 17.121 million in 2016, with projected increase to 24 838 by the year 2030, based on United Nations estimates.8 The city represents nine percent of the country's total population and 22.8% of its urban population.8 For effectively addressing RTC mortality burden in the city, it is important to identify its spatial distribution by administrative subdivisions of Karachi.
In this study we used GIS to visualize and quantify the spatial distribution of RTIRPC's RTC mortality and yearly trend from 2008 to 2012, for all 24 administrative subdivisions of Karachi.
We analyzed data in terms of cumulative frequencies and number of fatalities per year from 2008 to 2012, for all 24 administrative subdivisions of Karachi, using ArcMap 10
Figure 1 shows all 24 administrative subdivisions of Karachi, and the number of fatal victims of RTCs in each.
Figure-2 shows how all 24 administrative subdivisions divided and grouped in three maps.
In this study GIS was used to quantify and visualize the spatial distribution of RTC mortality and yearly trend from 2008 to 2012, for all 24 administrative subdivisions of Karachi.
However, there were differences in the number of fatalities each year, during the study period, in administrative subdivisions of Karachi.
This study highlights the limitations of using publicly available data for road network, and the need for creating and making available in public domain, comprehensive road network vector dataset in conjunction with population breakdowns by administrative subdivisions.
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