In this dataset, there are a total of 7,085 locations where police shootings occurred. These locations are represented by latitude and longitude coordinates. To work with these coordinates, we are using Mathematica, a mathematical software tool. We must then convert the latitude and longitude pairs into geographic position objects using the GeoPosition function. This allows us to work with the data in a geographic context. We can then create a geographic plot of all these locations, which helps us visualize where these incidents took place on a map. Additionally, we can use the GeoHistogram function to create a geographic histogram to see the distribution of these locations. This information is valuable for understanding the geographic patterns of police shootings in the continental United States.