This article is an extension of my series of blog articles that deals with a quantitative analysis of Nextbikes in Marburg. This series covers:
- Article 1 of 4: Project introduction, data source and first analyses
- Article 2 of 4: Analyses from the perspective of Nextbike users
- Article 3 of 4: Analyses from the perspective of Marburg the city council
- Article 4 of 4: Machine learning predictions
This article adds interactive graphics of the Nextbike transition matrix to the series. This matrix is a major result from the series of articles and is therefore worth to be explorable interactively.
First, I show the previously shown transition matrix without diagonal elements.
Second, I show the transition matrix with diagonal elements which hasn’t been shown before. It becomes apparent that the number of bikes returning to their original stations is larger than the number of bikes that transition between stations.
Have fun exploring the interactive figures!
This article is an extension to a series of articles. This is the list of all articles: