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Timeline:15 Feb 2014 - 31 Mar 2014

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Pred-Cident

Visualise where accident happen

Pred-Cident shows and predict where accidents are most likely to happen based on previous history of accidents. Relying on data from police reports of accidents, Pred-Cident calculates the areas that have a higher probability that an accident might happen at a certain time of the week. This makes it possible to find interesting phenomena, such as the impact of certain recurring events or of particular types of places (schools, stadiums) on accidents, as well as to see how behaviours of drivers vary with time.

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