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Offline Jim

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #300 on: July 21, 2022, 01:11:41 pm »
I have been working with TM/METAL data and some of my programs that process it, and decided to run the "edge length distribution" on tm-master.tmg.  Lengths below in miles.  Note that is a "collapsed" graph, so these are distances between visible waypoints, taking into account any shaping points along the connection between them.

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Edge length distribution (exponential):
0.0 <= len < 0.125: 19167
0.125 <= len < 0.25: 30330
0.25 <= len < 0.5: 65020
0.5 <= len < 1.0: 121695
1.0 <= len < 2.0: 166518
2.0 <= len < 4.0: 140926
4.0 <= len < 8.0: 78753
8.0 <= len < 16.0: 19516
16.0 <= len < 32.0: 3988
32.0 <= len < 64.0: 997
64.0 <= len < 128.0: 167
128.0 <= len < 256.0: 13

Here's the top 20:

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G7@ToS312 to G7@S315 via G7 length 225.8419
N3/N17/N17F to N17/N17C via N17 length 215.5958
A17/AH62/E123@Syu to A17/AH62/E123@ImeKom via AH62,A17,E123 length 211.0824
NL510@MusFal to NL510/NL516 via NL510 length 169.9347
NL500/NL510 to NL500@JohnCabSt via NL500 length 167.8178
G4213@S207 to G4213/G4213Fan@HB/SN via G4213 length 162.4528
G7@ToS312 to G7@S213 via G7 length 157.4454
AH42@ChaRd to AH42@YiLoc via AH42 length 150.4283
G7@NM/GS to G7@S214 via G7 length 150.3914
AH32@BayNuur to AH32@A22_W via AH32 length 148.6031
AH42@Tan to AH42@S308 via AH42 length 142.8158
RTR30@Rito to RTR30@EN160/295 via RTR30 length 131.3696
E003@R180_W to E003@Min via E003 length 131.0283
RTR46@S439 to RTR10@N4_E&RTR46@N3 via RTR46 length 123.5412
RTR105@EN190&RTR20@EN190/260 to RTR202@EN260&RTR20@EN180/260 via RTR20 length 123.5229
C5@WolHill to C5@TwinHilVlg via C5 length 123.3106
C16/N1/SW to B1/N1/SW@RobRd via N1,SW length 122.5820
N5/N17|ESH to N14_S/N17_S via N17 length 118.9905
RN19@RR101 to RN19@End via RN19 length 117.7725
N83@NapSt to N83/QLD62 via N83 length 117.7152

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #301 on: August 16, 2022, 03:40:45 pm »
Inspired by some of the earlier discussion about what states have the most travelers, I made this map for the US and Canada:

« Last Edit: August 16, 2022, 03:43:06 pm by webny99 »

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #302 on: August 16, 2022, 04:12:43 pm »
I believe that we can make a similar map in Mapview now for each specific segment (if your computer can handle all of the memory for each region in North America, etc.) via using Color by Traveler Count instead of Highway System Colors.
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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #303 on: August 16, 2022, 05:02:17 pm »
I'm surprised Wyoming has more travellers than Ontario... given that Wyoming's population is 500k and Ontario is 13 million

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #304 on: August 16, 2022, 05:19:26 pm »
I believe that we can make a similar map in Mapview now for each specific segment (if your computer can handle all of the memory for each region in North America, etc.) via using Color by Traveler Count instead of Highway System Colors.

Yes, I have seen that page and it is a TON of data when trying to view a large area.



I'm surprised Wyoming has more travellers than Ontario... given that Wyoming's population is 500k and Ontario is 13 million

You'd probably also be surprised by how many US travelers have never been to Canada. Unlike Canada, much of the US population doesn't live near the border, so crossing it seems like a big deal.  ;)

North Dakota is the only lower-48 state with fewer travelers than Ontario, with 112 (Ontario has 144).
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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #305 on: August 16, 2022, 06:44:15 pm »
I'm surprised Wyoming has more travellers than Ontario... given that Wyoming's population is 500k and Ontario is 13 million

You'd probably also be surprised by how many US travelers have never been to Canada. Unlike Canada, much of the US population doesn't live near the border, so crossing it seems like a big deal.  ;)

North Dakota is the only lower-48 state with fewer travelers than Ontario, with 112 (Ontario has 144).

I am one of them.  I never even have seen Canada until my recent visit to Niagara Falls on the US Side.

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #306 on: August 16, 2022, 07:28:48 pm »
Mapview in its current implementation is definitely not meant to be zoomed out too much.  If you do, be prepared to wait for the data to be pulled from the database, for that data to be transmitted to your browser, and for your browser to decipher it and plot it on the map.

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #307 on: August 16, 2022, 09:02:18 pm »
I've thought about CHM-style maps for heavy-duty applications like this.
But at least with where my coding knowledge is currently at, it's a steep hill to climb.
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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #308 on: August 17, 2022, 03:01:34 pm »
Inspired by some of the earlier discussion about what states have the most travelers, I made this map for the US and Canada:

Great :)

I believe that we can make a similar map in Mapview now for each specific segment (if your computer can handle all of the memory for each region in North America, etc.) via using Color by Traveler Count instead of Highway System Colors.

Sure, but it doesn't sum up per region.

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #309 on: August 18, 2022, 04:49:33 am »
Amusing that Washington holds more TM tracking than Oregon.

Be awesome if a similar map for Europe could be generated.

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #310 on: August 18, 2022, 10:37:08 am »
Be awesome if a similar map for Europe could be generated.
The 'banana' is surprisingly dominant. I wasn't expecting it to be quite so.

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #311 on: August 18, 2022, 10:54:28 am »
Be awesome if a similar map for Europe could be generated.
The 'banana' is surprisingly dominant. I wasn't expecting it to be quite so.

Nice! I guess I might as well post this one too seeing as I'd already made it, but I think I like yours better, broken down by region.    :D

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #312 on: September 20, 2022, 12:39:06 pm »
I just want to note that we are only 11 routes away from having 50,000 active routes, and 3,634 miles from 1.2 million active miles.
I think that either oscar with usaca or si404 with isrr+lsoa+gnbn+gabn activation will do the trick (hopefully soon) :)

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Re: Project Statistics
« Reply #313 on: September 20, 2022, 04:42:05 pm »
I just want to note that we are only 11 routes away from having 50,000 active routes, and 3,634 miles from 1.2 million active miles.
I think that either oscar with usaca or si404 with isrr+lsoa+gnbn+gabn activation will do the trick (hopefully soon) :)

Looks like si404 beat me to the punch on one or both thresholds. I was going to hold off until the next system update, to make sure my latest pull requests (which Si has merged) made usaca ready for activation, before submitting my activation pull requests. That would also make sure my activation requests don't conflict with Si's.

usaca is a huge system, with 268 routes and about 11,000 miles. By itself it would easily exceed the above thresholds, even if Si's new systems somehow don't.