In crowd:it a variety of evaluations are provided to analyze crowd simulations. Here you will find an overview of which areas can be evaluated and which insights can be gained.
How can I create evaluations?
Read this post to learn how to get your evaluation in 6 steps.
Which areas can be evaluated?
- The entire scenario
- A specific layer
- A simulation object
- Tripwires or across multiple tripwires
- Specific evaluation areas or rectangles
Which diagrams are predefined in crowd:it?
Different chart types are available:
- graphical representation of the correlation of two characteristics
- shows the development of these parameters
- examples: evacuation time, number of people per floor or in the building, maximum density over time
- graphical representation of pairs of values of two statistical characteristics
- shows strength and direction of a correlation
- examples: Lengths of stay of individual agents, individual velocities, local densities
Mixed charts (scatter and line)
- graphical representation of the correlation of two characteristics compared to pairs of values
- shows the development together with a correlation
- examples: plot of mean velocity and single velocities, plot of mean densities and single densities
- graphical representation of quantities, especially suitable for number of persons
- shows the trend in absolute numbers
- examples: Number of agents in a certain area
Stacked area chart
- graphical representation of several quantities
- displays the trend in absolute numbers
- examples: number of agents in different areas
- graphical representation of characteristics in categories
- shows the respective expression of the different categories
- examples: congestion duration in minute increments, duration of non-compliance with social distancing
Stacked bar chart
- graphical representation of characteristics in categories in different evaluation areas
- shows the comparison of the respective expression of the different categories
- examples: congestion duration in different areas in minute increments, total number of agents per area per minute