In the previous step you’ve uploaded your video/s and now it’s finally time to analyze the traffic data!
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STEP 4: Analyze and report traffic data
1. Analyze, slice & dice data, count traffic
After your video is processed, you can start analyzing the traffic data collected from the video. Click the 'Analyze' button on your data source that leads you to the 'Describe scene' page.
Picture 1: Starting the traffic analysis on videos processed in Data Sources
On the 'Describe' page you will define what traffic flows you would like to analyze. Draw virtual lines and zones to define entries, exits and places of interest in your traffic scene. Define various traffic movements, events or even complex scenarios as combinations of these lines and zones. You can also select traffic object classes or time range for the analysis using toolbars around the main screenshot.
Picture 2: Creation of a widget from the Describe scene page
2. Create analytical widgets
When the scene is described for analysis, you can start creating the analytical widgets. Widgets are sets of predefined metrics and visual maps that represent the aggregated outputs of your movements and events. It can be traffic counts on movements, peak hours, average travel times, time gaps or various heatmaps. Here’s how to create analytical widgets.
When desired widgets have been created, navigate to the 'Analyze data' page using the left menu. Here you can see the previously created widgets, edit them if necessary or create new ones from the defined filters. Organize widgets depending on your needs by moving them to separate Dashboards.
Picture 3: Analytical page with various widgets
3. Get your traffic report
To generate traffic report from created movements and events, navigate to the 'Traffic exports' page using the left menu. You can use the report builder to define traffic reports or request the Vissim model using tabs on the right side of the page. Freshly generated reports will appear on the top of the page immediately.