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1) Preliminary notes

Data which are used in the Mobislicope come from Origin-Destination surveys (from 2009 to 2018).

Only trips occurring weekdays (Monday-Friday) have been considered.

Number and proportion of present population by district and hour have been estimated from survey data. They are therefore subject to a statistical margin of error.

2) Select a map

In the left-hand menu, you can choose one indicator and the map representation, eitheir as aof the total population, or in numberor in flows

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To get informations about indicators and their composing groups, click Q button on the right side.


With flows maps you get number of non resident people at district level. With links (on mouseover), you can know their district of residence.
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3) Map at different times of the day

At the top of the screen, click play buton in the timeline to scroll through the hours.

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4) Explore one specific district

Select one district by clicking on the map and have a look on the chart at the lower right corner of your screen.

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With this chart, you can follow daily evolution of selected indicator in the selected district.

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By clicling on "stacked" mode, you can see all groups of selected indicators.

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Colors on maps and charts have the same color code than the lef-hand indicator menu. In the above picture, public transportation are in blue, private motor vehicule are in pink and soft mobility in green.

5) Explore spatial segregation

Ar the top right corner, the chart give information about daily evolution of spatial distribution of people in the whole region for the selected indictaors.

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To get informations about the two available indexes (Duncan et Moran), click Q button on the right side.

6) Explore another city region

22 french city regions are included in the actual version of the Mobiliscope(2019). To access another city region, use magnify tool

To go further

By reading methods pages, you can get more information about geovisualition platform, indicators and data which are currently used in the Mobiliscope.

Enjoy !

Indicators

People can be characterized in the Mobiliscope according to their demographic and social profile and their residential area, but also according to the nature of their activity and the travel mode they used.

Demographic profile

  • Sex: Female and Male.
  • Age divided into four groups: 16-24 years; 25-34 years; 35-64 years; 65 and more.

Social profile

  • Socioprofessional status. We merged respondents’ socioprofessional data in five groups of individual socioprofessional status: inactive (unemployed long term, housework); low (workers); middle-low (employees); middle-high (intermediary professionals, craftsmen, merchants, employers of more than 10 employees and farm operators); and high (managers and intellectual professionals). We also computed household socioprofessional status (also divided in five groups) corresponding to the lowest socioprofessional category of the adults in the household.
  • Educational status . We merged respondents’ achieved level of education in four groups of individual educational status: low (middle school or less); middle-low (high school without Baccalauréat); middle-high (up to two years after Baccalauréat); and high (three years or more after Baccalauréat). We also computed household educational status (also divided in four groups) corresponding to the lowest level of education of the adults in the household.
  • Household income. Only available in Paris region, total monthly household income has been divided by the number of adults and children in the household to get household income per consumption units (CU). We distinguished four groups: low (< 1084€/CU); middle-low (1084-1806€/CU); middle-high (1806-2890€/CU); high (>2890€/CU). Income intervals have been defined according to median household income in the Paris region (equal to 1806€/CU in 2010). The first threshold (1084€/CU) or 'poverty threshold’ corresponds to 60 % of median household income; the second one (1806€/CU) corresponds to the median household income; the third one (2890€/CU) correspond to 160 % of median household income.
  • We merged respondents' occupational status in five groups of occupational status: Inactive; Retired; Unemployed; Student; Active.

Residential area

  • Districts of residence have been divided into 3 groups : Inner city ; Urban area ; Suburban/peripheral area. 'Inner city' refers to central (administrative) city in charge of the origin-destination survey. 'Urban area' refers to districts which are totally (or mainly) included in large, middle or small urban clusters as defined in the 2010 'Zoning into Urban Areas - ZAU' (French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies). Remaining districts are labbeled as belonging to 'suburban/peripheral area'.
  • Departments of residence. Only in the Paris region, respondents' departments of residence were divided into five groups: Paris; Seine-Saint-Denis; Hauts-de-Seine; Val-de-Marne; Greater Paris (Essonne + Seine-et-Marne + Yvelines + Val-d'Oise).

Activity/Travel mode

In contrast with indicators related to individual/household characteristics, indicators related to activity and travel mode may change for one respondent throughout the day.

  • Activity. We distinguished five main groups of activity: At home; At work; Studying; Shopping; Leisure (recreational, cultural or sporting activities, family and personal visits). We have excluded 'unspecified activity' and 'activity related to escorting or chauffeuring'. The sample of locations related to these activities was too small and it does not make sense to gather them with some other activities.
  • Travel mode. We distinguished three main travel modes: soft mobility (walking, cycling ...); private motor vehicle (two-wheeled motor vehicle, company vehicle, taxi etc.); public transportation.

Detailed informations about indicators sample size for every city

City Year Total sample size With hh./ind. socioprof. status With hh./ind. educational level With hh. income With ind. occupational status With activity at 6pm/
at 3am
With travel mode at 6pm/
at 3am
Albi region 2011 2,339 2,292/
2,205
2,292/
2,205
- 2,298 2,218/
2,324
2,007/
1,997
Angers region 2012 3983 3,840/
3,611
3,844/
3,617
- 3,917 3,759/
3,964
3,579/
3,568
Angoulême region 2012 2,684 2,617/
2,489
2,617/
2,489
- 2,635 2,538/
2,673
2,387/
2,380
Béziers region 2014 4212 4,154/
4,068
4,140/
4,047
- 4,011 4,031/
4,205
3,678/
3,673
Bordeaux region 2009 10,677 10,272/
9,471
10,220/
9,386
- 10,503 10,158/
10,642
9,519/
9,492
Caen region 2011 10,000 9,674/
9,134
8,706/
8,126
- 9,778 9,668/
9,982
8,757/
8,747
Clermont-Ferrand region 2012 8,051 7,775/
7,387
7,776/
7,388
- 7,906 7,804/
8,038
7,056/
7,046
Grenoble region 2010 13,834 13,375/
12,338
13,355/
12,301
- 13,528 13,209/
13,798
12,319/
12,298
La Rochelle region 2011 2,902 2,831/
2,712
2,832/
2,713
- 2,817 2,752/
2,894
2,582/
2,577
Lille region 2016 7,950 7,459/
6,798
7,437/
6,753
- 7,826 7,522/
7,907
7,050/
7,017
Lyon region 2015 24,071 22,982/
21,434
22,987/
21,446
- 23,736 23,096/
24,004
21,211/
21,171
Marseille region 2009 19,380 19,122/
17,697
19,112/
17,626
- 18,975 18,532/
19,335
17,100/
17,068
Montpellier region 2014 11,433 10,644/
9,946
10,650/
9,960
- 11,237 10,962/
11,404
10,135/
10,121
Nancy region 2013 9657 9100/
8511
9110/
8520
- 9439 9277/
9625
8351/
8324
Nantes region 2015 17,358 16,896/
16,061
16,909/
16,067
- 17,135 16,582/
17,313
15,398/
15,371
Paris region 2010 26,180 25,875/
23,714
25,823/
23,644
24,328 26,142 24,095/
26,164
24,495/
24,479
Quimper region 2013 4,696 4,639/
4,519
4,639/
4,519
- 4,550 4,543/
4,680
3,934/
3,925
Rennes region 2018 9,317 9,007/
8,589
9,007/
8,589
- 9,254 8,854/
9,271
8,400/
8,375
Saint-Étienne region 2010 8,525 8,365/
7,788
8,346/
7,740
- 8,309 8,193/
8,491
7,275/
7,249
Strasbourg region 2009 10,052 9,789/
9,016
9,714/
8,811
- 9,886 9,644/
10,025
8,898/
8,877
Toulouse region 2013 11,136 9,988/
9,203
10,007/
9,212/
- 11,027 10,617/
11,102
9,960/
9,940
Valenciennes region 2010 5,718 5,582/
5,126
5,640/
5,219
- 5,537 5,489/
5,690
4,772/
4,758