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ITHIM-R

Development of the ITHIM-R, also known as ITHIM version 3.0. Started in January 2018.

This document aims to be a comprehensive record of the calculations in the ITHIM pipeline, specifically the ITHIM- R package. Some details here are specific to the Accra version of that model, as Accra has been the setting for construction of the prototype.

Outline

In this document, in general, lower-case letters correspond to indices, or dimensions, of objects, and take one of a set of possible values, detailed in Table 1 (Convert from LATEX).

The set of fixed input data items are denoted by capital letters, and variable parameters are denoted by greek letters. These are tabulated in Table 2 (Convert from LATEX).

Data inputs

In general ITHIM-R requires X number of user defined inputs from various data sources. There are also numerous assumptions that you can parameterize in the model.

Inputs

  • Synthetic Population
    • Travel survey
    • Leisure time and work physical activity
  • Who Hit Who Matrix
    • Police report data
  • Air Pollution
    • Background concentrations of PM2.5
    • Source apportionment of PM2.5 for vehicles
    • Country or City specific Vehicle Emissions Factors

Synthetic Population

Description The first input you will need to provide is the synthetic population data. This data typically comes from a household travel survey or travel time use survey, and a self-report leisure time physical activity survey. These data will be uses throughout the process.

Synthetic Population Dataset Format You should have a table with the following variables

  • trip_id
  • trip_mode
  • trip_duration
  • participant_id
  • age
  • sex
  • age_cat
  • ltpa_marg_met
  • work_marg_met

Montreal Synthetic Population Dataset Example



Who Hit Who Matrix

Description TEXT HERE

Who Hit Who Matrix Dataset Format A matrix

Montreal Who Hit Who Matrix Dataset Example



Air Pollution

Description TEXT HERE

Air Pollution Dataset Format A matrix

Montreal Air Pollution Dataset Example



We are currently working on developing a separate package to create a synthetic population

For further documentation consult the wiki. For ongoing discussions, see issues. In addition, relevant documents are stored in shared GDrive folder, and a Slack channel is available for communications among contributors.

See communication channels on Wiki

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