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Dr Ed Manley (@EdThink), a research associate on the Mechanicity project here at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, created this dramatic, colourful graphic (excerpt above) of popular routes used by one of the major private hire cab companies in London, using Gephi. The work was created using data from over 1.5 million journeys. Distinct zones, within which many journeys start and finish, form out of the network, and have been coloured to distinguish them from adjacent zones. Some zones are based within a particular small neighbourhood, within which short cab journeys are popular, such as Soho and Knightsbridge. Others stretch along...

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