Skills Utilized Slide 1 Images Slide 2 Inset Map: LA County in California

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Skills Utilized Slide 1 Images Slide 2 Inset Map: LA County in California Geoprocessing - Clip: LA County Slide 3 Graduated Symbol – Dot Density: Vehicles Per household distribution represented in dot density. Aggregate field from number Vehicles

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Skills Utilized

Slide 1

Images

Slide 2

Inset Map: LA County in California

Geoprocessing - Clip: LA County

Slide 3

Graduated Symbol – Dot Density: Vehicles Per household distribution represented in dot density. Aggregate field from number Vehicles

Attribute Join: Vehicle data to census tract and Join riderhip data for the metro lines

Slide 4

Spatial Join: Ridership data to the metro stations

Aggregating Attribute fields: Aggregate fields for total ridership in both directions at each metro station

Graduated symbol: Circular graduated symbol represents relative ridership at each station

Slide5

Buffering: Half mile buffer around the station that represents walking distance of about 20 minutes.

Extract Information: Extract the number of vehicles per household within the buffer zone

Pie Charts: Showing the proportions of 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 or more number of vehicles in the buffer zone

Slide 6

Subset Selection: Compare ridership to number of vehicles in two specific areas.