This visualisation provides interactive and synchronised maps and graphs, which allow online data analytics characterising bicycle trips in all Greater Capital Cities in Australia.
The maps are based on 120,085 GPS tracked cycling journeys by 7,601 cyclists from RiderLog app from May 2010 through December 2013.
The anonymised data behind the dashboards are open and free for non-commercial purposes (data doi: 10/b855); and can be downloaded from CityData at https://citydata.be.unsw.edu.au/.
2015 UNSW Built Environment Authorised by Built Environment
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