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A smart way to quantitatively represent delay distributions along a corridor in a single diagram.
The corridor view allows a simple and intuitive representation of delay distributions over more timetabling points of a corridor in a single diagram. It is possible to select:
Corridor view using delay thresholds
Each histogram represents the distribution (arrival, departure or stop time) at one station and is divided into colors indicating the percentage of trains within given delay thresholds. Considering the lightest part, the upper bands indicate higher delays, and the lower early running trains. The lightest yellow part indicates trains between 0 and +60 seconds delay; the upper band next to this contains the trains between +60 and +180 seconds delay, then between 180 and 300) and so on. Symmetrically, the bands under the lightest one respectively indicate early-running trains between 0 and -60, -60 and -180 seconds, etc… using a green color graduation.
Corridor view using percentiles
Each histogram represents the distribution (arrival, departure or stop time) at one station and is divided into colors indicating the delay of the nth percentile of the distribution. Considering the lightest part, the border with the darker one indicates the first percentile, etc… for a number of color intervals corresponding to the percentiles defined by the user.