Mental illness, the root cause of school shootings: A Myth? by Centro

​​The first chart shows the age and gender distribution of shooters in the United States from 1999 to 2022.
The radial line graph shows the differences in mental disorders according to gender, internalizing disorders are more common in women while externalizing disorders are more common in men.
In the radial bubble graph the size of the circle increases or decreases depending on the total of shootings reported between males and females and the color shows the total Avg (%) of Mental Disorders by Gender.
The scatter plot shows the relationships and behavior between the mental disorders and shootings.