We repurposed the path analysis feature in SAS Visual Analytics to

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We repurposed the path analysis feature in SAS Visual Analytics to
Dino Fun World
Movement and Communication Data
Jordan Riley Benson
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Rajiv Ramarajan
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Nascif Abousalh-Neto
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We repurposed the path analysis feature in
SAS Visual Analytics to find groups of visitors
that traveled together throughout the day.
Atmosfear
Campgrounds
Hotels
Main Entrance
Creighton Pavilion
We identified the most likely attraction and
entryway position for each check-in location
by connecting the coordinates in the data
via the shortest distance to any point on the
edge of the nearby attraction polygons.
Atmosfear
Eberiesaurus Rou...
Ichtyorberts R...
Kristanodon Kap...
Jeredactyl Ju...
Paleocarrie Carou...
Auvilotops Expr...
Beelzebufo
Rhynasauru Ras...
Jurrasic Road
Keimosaurus B...
Maiasaur Madn...
North Line
Paul Vezzetti
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Flight of the Sw...
Sabertooth Theatre
Squidosaur
Galactosaurus...
Stegocycyles
Stone Cups
Ichtyorberts...
Wendisaurus Chase
TerrorSaur
Wild Jungle Cruise
Finding outliers in the time each visitor spent at an attraction
helped us find visitors of interest to investigate further.
Grinosaurus Stage
TerrorSaur
Wendisaurus Chase
Flight of the Swingodon
Firefall
SabreTooth Theatre
North Line
Scholtz Express
Liggement Fix-Me-Up
Ichyoroberts Rapids Observation
Creighton Pavillion
Paleocarrie Carousel
Jeredactly Jump
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33 mins
1 hour 6 mins
1 hour 40 mins
2 hours 13 mins
2 hours 13 mins
Time series helped us find anomalies in the
communications data that we mapped back to
the ids in the movement data.
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We jittered the movement points and
connected them using Bezier curves. The
goal was to create an easy to follow path
similar to the goal of LineSets. Arrows
convey direction and color was used to
break up movement between check-ins.
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Jun 8 01:00 AM
Viewing the results of clustering in parallel
coordinates diagrams helped us describe
different patterns of movement for park visitors.