Visualising London Transport
Another brilliant visualisation from UCL’s CASA, this time from Anil Bawa-Cavia. It visualises trips made on the London Underground using data gathered from Oyster Cards. Each trail is a single trip between a known origin and destination station. Anil has guessed the route in between using a shortest path algorithm. The animation uses a 5% sample of passengers on the network made available as a Transport for London Data Feed.
Anil has also produced a “Flowprint” to show simulated flows of London buses across the 744 routes that make up the network. You can read more here
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