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cf. city flows is a comparative visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space.

By Till Nagel and Christopher Pietsch.
Urban Complexity Lab, FH Potsdam
<a>http://uclab.fh-potsdam.de/</a>

This talk introduces the project and some of its goals and visualizations, and shows our design process in analyzing the data and designing the visualizations.

cf. city flows was exhibited at the Streams and Traces in November 2015 in Berlin. Find more information at http://streamsandtraces.com/

More information coming soon.

cf. city flows is a comparative visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space.

By Till Nagel and Christopher Pietsch.
Urban Complexity Lab, FH Potsdam
<a>http://uclab.fh-potsdam.de/</a>

This talk introduces the project and some of its goals and visualizations, and shows our design process in analyzing the data and designing the visualizations.

cf. city flows was exhibited at the Streams and Traces in November 2015 in Berlin. Find more information at http://streamsandtraces.com/

More information coming soon.

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cf. city flows - A comparative visualization of bike sharing systems

  1. 1. cf. city flows Till Nagel & Christopher Pietsch A comparative visualization of urban bike mobility MapTime Berlin, 28 June 2016
  2. 2. NationalGeographic Meandering design process
  3. 3. Urban data visualizations Our previous work
  4. 4. Touching Transport Shanghai Metro Flow Isoscope LiquiData
  5. 5. Concept General idea of the project
  6. 6. cf. city flows is a visualization of urban bike mobility.
  7. 7. cf. city flows is a visualization of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens analyze bike-sharing system.
  8. 8. cf. city flows is a visualization of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space.
  9. 9. cf. city flows is a visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze bike- sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space. Large screens show the space of flows in bike sharing.
  10. 10. cf. city flows is a comparative visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space. Multiple large screens show the space of flows in bike sharing for three selected cities: New York, Berlin, and London.
  11. 11. cf. city flows is a comparative visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space. Multiple large screens show the space of flows in bike sharing for three selected cities: New York, Berlin, and London. Bike journeys are represented in three geospatial visualizations.
  12. 12. cf. city flows is a comparative visualization environment of urban bike mobility designed to help citizens casually analyze three bike-sharing systems in the context of a public exhibition space. Multiple large screens show the space of flows in bike sharing for three selected cities: New York, Berlin, and London. Bike journeys are represented in three geospatial visualizations designed to be progressively more analytical, from animated trails to small-multiple glyphs.
  13. 13. Bike Sharing Data Collecting, processing, and analyzing data sets
  14. 14. London Santander Cycles Berlin Call a Bike New York Citibike alanlevin RudolfSimon Nick-D
  15. 15. London Santander Cycles Berlin Call a Bike New York Citibike 20° C 3 June 2015 21° C 21° C alanlevin RudolfSimon Nick-D
  16. 16. Raw data
  17. 17. Visual Experiments Digging into the data
  18. 18. HERERoutingAPI
  19. 19. Design Considerations Comparing vastly different cities
  20. 20. Basemap TillNagel
  21. 21. Comparing cities TheStar,gridbyRobinChubb Eurostat
  22. 22. Scaling maps
  23. 23. Scaling data encoding
  24. 24. Three viewing modes Different levels of spatial and temporal granularity
  25. 25. •  City-wide view •  Station view •  Small-multiple view Three viewing modes
  26. 26. City-wide view
  27. 27. Station view
  28. 28. Small-multiple view
  29. 29. Staged Analysis From Evocative to Comparative Visualizations
  30. 30. Transitions
  31. 31. Guide through visualizations
  32. 32. Exhibition Streams & Traces
  33. 33. Website:PhillipKortlang&ChrisMagiera
  34. 34. Productdesign:SamiraAkhavan,AndreaBiedermann,ChristianMünch
  35. 35. Observations Feedback and Insights
  36. 36. Photo:StephanieNeumann Comparisons as conversation starters
  37. 37. Challenging complexity
  38. 38. SüddeutscheZeitung
  39. 39. Thank you. http://tillnagel.com – twitter: @tillnm Dr. Till Nagel & Christopher Pietsch Urban Complexity Lab, FH Potsdam

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