Tour M-Atlas

O/D Matrix

Given a trajectory dataset and a space partitioning M-Atlas is able to compute and represent an interactive O/D Matrix. The user can navigate the results selecting the desired flow or a combination of them to be extracted and to be used as base for further analyses with other tools.

Navigating the data

M-Atlas gives to the user the possibility of selecting, filtering, cutting in space and time trajectories in order to navigate the data and building the analytical process as much flexible as possible. An example is selecting trajectories according to their length.

Building Trajectories

With M-Atlas is easy to build trajectories from data stored into the database. It is also possible to apply several constraints during the import in order to cut trajectories into more meaningful representations of the users activities e.g. if the user remain in the same area for long time than this is used to separate the whole trajectory into two trips.