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Jim:
A little TM trivia question about something I noticed as I was looking at traveled-format graph data this evening.  By looking at the number of travelers (well, list files, not unique individuals) in the traveled format graphs, we can see how many different .list files are credited with at least one segment in the TM data covered by the graph.  Of course, the tm-master graph has the most - every user's claimed travels somewhere.  Then next up for most travelers are the NA-continent and USA-country graphs.  Not surprising. 

The trivia question: Considering all other regions (as defined by TM: states, provinces, countries), which region do you think has the most different .list files credited with at least one segment?

A second trivia question: How many regions do you think have no travelers so far?

si404:

--- Quote from: Jim on June 10, 2022, 11:34:08 pm ---A second trivia question: How many regions do you think have no travelers so far?
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Quite a few, but surprisingly less than you would think, given the number of 'remote' regions for our usual audience of US/European road geeks.

yakra:

--- Quote from: Jim on June 10, 2022, 11:34:08 pm ---The trivia question: Considering all other regions (as defined by TM: states, provinces, countries), which region do you think has the most different .list files credited with at least one segment?

--- End quote ---
for file in *traveled*; do printf "%03i $file\n" `head -n 2 $file | tail -n 1 | cut -f3 -d' '`; done | sort

--- Quote ---...
238 IL-region-traveled.tmg
243 dc20-area-traveled.tmg
248 NY-region-traveled.tmg
254 MD-region-traveled.tmg
254 VA-region-traveled.tmg
256 PA-region-traveled.tmg
314 usai-system-traveled.tmg
314 usaus-system-traveled.tmg
315 USA-country-traveled.tmg
315 USA-national-traveled.tmg
316 NA-continent-traveled.tmg
339 tm-master-traveled.tmg

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--- Quote from: Jim on June 10, 2022, 11:34:08 pm ---A second trivia question: How many regions do you think have no travelers so far?

--- End quote ---
for file in *traveled*; do printf "%03i $file\n" `head -n 2 $file | tail -n 1 | cut -f3 -d' '`; done | grep -c ^000
Hopefully "Rockport to Warren, bypassing Rockland & Thomaston" isn't a spoiler to very many people. :)

Jim:
That's cheating!  Anyway, I was surprised at Pennsylvania edging out the others on the northeast metro corridor, and by how far down New Jersey ended up.  Here are all regions with at least 200 travelers. Only the US has 200+ travelers so nothing other than USA-country would top these.  The I-95 corridor is well-represented.


--- Code: ---| PA-region-traveled.tmg       |       256 |
| MD-region-traveled.tmg       |       254 |
| VA-region-traveled.tmg       |       254 |
| NY-region-traveled.tmg       |       248 |
| FL-region-traveled.tmg       |       238 |
| IL-region-traveled.tmg       |       238 |
| NJ-region-traveled.tmg       |       232 |
| OH-region-traveled.tmg       |       232 |
| NC-region-traveled.tmg       |       231 |
| TN-region-traveled.tmg       |       231 |
| DC-region-traveled.tmg       |       223 |
| CA-region-traveled.tmg       |       219 |
| GA-region-traveled.tmg       |       218 |
| WV-region-traveled.tmg       |       217 |
| IN-region-traveled.tmg       |       215 |
| SC-region-traveled.tmg       |       211 |
| DE-region-traveled.tmg       |       209 |
| KY-region-traveled.tmg       |       207 |
| MA-region-traveled.tmg       |       206 |
| MO-region-traveled.tmg       |       203 |

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froggie:
16 regions...10 of which are on I-95.  And only 1 west of the Mississippi.

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