Started by z, August 05, 2008, 08:27:13 PM
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Quote from: z on August 13, 2008, 04:33:50 PM@catty: I'm glad this is working for you. And thanks for the very nice picture upload! I was planning to do this eventually, but your picture is as good as anything I would have shown.A word of caution, though. I notice that you have the "Road Traffic" view selected. As the name implies, this shows all road traffic - specifically, cars, buses, and freight trucks. Buses don't count toward congestion ....
Quote from: z on August 13, 2008, 04:33:50 PMEDIT: OK, the modified files have been created, tested, and uploaded. You can still download them from the same place on the previous page. The only thing that's changed is the title of the Road Traffic view. Functionality is identical.
Quote from: z on August 15, 2008, 03:06:18 AMEarlier, I mentioned a limit of 43,000. This number comes up because it's the Network Volume Cap times two (for two commute periods) divided by three (because the default scale goes up to 300%). If you use a network capacity between 43,000 and 64K, I believe you run into some problems that need to be fixed, but I've never tried this out, so I can't say any more than that.So that's it. Any questions?
Quote from: j-dub on August 21, 2008, 01:22:26 PMThis looks like it was extremely difficult to do.
Quote from: z on August 21, 2008, 02:01:51 PMThat's the funny thing - it wasn't. I got the original graph working with all the current colors in about two hours. Getting the legends done properly was harder - I had to learn about LTEXT (I'm still a real novice in most areas here), and the two interpolated colors in the legend below the green had to be essentially figured out on a brute force basis. But the most time consuming thing is something that doesn't even show up in the current version, and this was figuring out how to make it work with networks whose capacitiy is greater than 64K. (This is actually necessary for my new traffic simulator, which is what I use all the time.) Still, with everything put together, I've spent more time writing about this view in this thread than working on it, which seems somewhat ironic.
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