Visualizing Transportation Flows with Mode Split using Glyphs

Ignacio Pérez-Messina & Eduardo Graells-Garrido
The increasing trend of using unconventional data in urban planning environments has led to the need for developing systems that can visualize this data. Here we present a visualization for studying commuting flows within a city, with a particular focus on the distribution of mode of transportation usage. Our design, called ModalCell, uses a glyph-based flow map to show a city's flows considering mode split, direction, and distance range. We evaluate ModalCell with a pilot...
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