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The ‘when’ dashboard consists of 4 charts relating to the date the casualty was injured / driver was involved in an injury collision. There are charts showing casualty/driver numbers by year; month; day of the week; and hour.
The ‘when’ dashboard consists of 4 charts relating to the date the casualty was injured / driver was involved in an injury collision. There are charts showing casualty/driver numbers by year; month; day of the week; and hour.
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The ‘Time of Day’ chart has a drop down list underneath the x-axis. This allows the crash hour groupings to be changed from the default 6-hour periods to 3-hour periods or individual crash hour. Selecting ‘Casualties/Drivers In’ shows the same four charts but with data relating to casualties injured or drivers involved '''IN''' crashes in the selected location(s).
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The ‘Time of Day’ chart has a drop down list underneath the x-axis. This allows the crash hour groupings to be changed from the default 6-hour periods to 3-hour periods or individual crash hour. The child casualties dashboard also has a filter for showing hour of the day by weekday or weekend.
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Selecting ‘Casualties/Drivers In’ shows the same four charts but with data relating to casualties injured or drivers involved '''IN''' crashes in the selected location(s).

Revision as of 10:59, 30 June 2015

The ‘when’ dashboard consists of 4 charts relating to the date the casualty was injured / driver was involved in an injury collision. There are charts showing casualty/driver numbers by year; month; day of the week; and hour.

The ‘Time of Day’ chart has a drop down list underneath the x-axis. This allows the crash hour groupings to be changed from the default 6-hour periods to 3-hour periods or individual crash hour. The child casualties dashboard also has a filter for showing hour of the day by weekday or weekend.

Selecting ‘Casualties/Drivers In’ shows the same four charts but with data relating to casualties injured or drivers involved IN crashes in the selected location(s).

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