Visualization of data analysis is an integral part of your work. Based on users feedback, the new version of PTV Vissim is now equipped with Scatterplot, also known as x-y plots. A scatterplot allows you to visualize two attributes over each other. For example, speed-over-flow. 
There are many options in the latest version of PTV Vissim: Filters, aggregations of different network objects, simulation runs, time intervals, and vehicle and pedestrian classes.
The scatterplot also improves your workflow. There is no need to copy the data to external tools, like Excel, in order to analyze the results of model parameters. As with other charts, the Scatterplots are dynamic. This means they are updated during the simulation. Their configuration and layouts an be saved and shared with co-workers.

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Hi, I’m Jochen from PTV Group.

Visualization of data analysis is an integral part of your work. Many of you, the PTV Vissim users, told us you want flexibility in how data is shown and shared.

Based on your feedback, the new version of Vissim is now equipped with Scatterplot, also known as x-y plots.

A Scatterplot allows you to visualize two attributes over each other. For example, speed-over-flow, like in this example.

There are many options in the latest version of Vissim: Filters, aggregations of different network objects, simulation runs, time intervals, and vehicle and pedestrian classes.

The scatterplot also improves your workflow. There is no need to copy the data to external tools, like Excel, in order to analyze the results of model parameters.

As with other charts, the Scatterplots are dynamic.

This means they are updated during the simulation, and you can save their configuration and layouts, and share them with your colleagues.

PTV Vissim 2022 is now available for download. We’d love to get your feedback – so let’s chat at the Vissim Users Forum on LinkedIn.