- RiderLog Anonymised Bicycle Trips, Greater Melbourne VIC 2011
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Point data describing location of bicycle trips from 2010 to 2013 recorded by volunteer users of RiderLog smartphone application. Route id links points of a single track. Points are the centroids of cells in a standard grid (500 m spatial resolution). Attributes of the rider (id, age, gender) and the route (purpose, distance, duration, speed, date and time) are linked to each point.
Leao S Z and Pettit C J (2017) RiderLog Anonymised Bicycling Data, Australia...
- Publication Date
- June 22, 2017, 4:24 p.m.
- Vector Data
- Cycling , Bicycle , doi:10/b855
- means and aids for conveying persons and/or goods. Examples: roads, airports/airstrips, shipping routes, tunnels, nautical charts, vehicle or vessel location, aeronautical charts, railways
- Maintenance Frequency
- Data Is Updated Every Year
Assist research and planning associated to bicycling and active transport.
- Temporal Extent
- May 1, 2010, midnight - Dec. 31, 2013, 11:59 p.m.
- Data Quality
- Identifiable errors have been deleted from the data through GIS editing. For anonymisation, the data has been spatially generalised using a 500m grid (related document).
- Supplemental Information
The standard grid used for data anonymisation is available for download here as a related document (Grid500m_GreaterMelbourne_VIC_RiderLogPublic.zip).
- Spatial Representation Type
- textual or tabular data is used to represent geographic data