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Special Purpose Maps

All-To-All population movement. Prague and the Central Bohemian regions. Average working days in June 2021.

Source Dataset Statistics

percentile name percentile expected value percentile used value treshold nominal value cummulative sum cummulative count
5p 0.05
10p 0.1
25p 0.25 0.22 3 8067 5009
50p 0.5 0.5 81 150942 11138
75p 0.75 0.75 1208 2505597 16725
90p 0.9 0.9 7918 13655089 20071
95p 0.95 0.95 19382 27776423 21186
100p 1 1 389371 83416497 22302

Traveled Distances

Depending on data projection methods, the overall distances traveled are following.

  • birdseye view, centroids fastest: 91,205,529,380 [m]
  • default view, centroids fastest: 107,368,283,031 [m]

(CS) Pohyby obyvatelstva zobrazené jako intezity mezi sousedními základními sídelními jednotkami na nejrychlejších spojeních po silniční síti

Format A4 Print DEFAULT VIEW


(EN) All-to-all population movement visualized as intensities between neighboring local residential units on the fastest connections via the road network



(EN) All-to-all population movement visualized as intensities between neighboring local residential units on their centroids

Format KML Project Google Earth BIRD´S EYE VIEW

  • Click the image to download the project for Google Earth Application to the local disk


  • Under your Google Account open Google Earth application Google Earth Icon.

  • Within the application navigate to Projects > New project > Import KML file from computer and import downloaded file from step 1.

Format KML Layers My Maps BIRD´S EYE VIEW

  • Click on the top right of embedded map to view the map in the new tab

  • Click three dots on the top left to see export and manipulation options. Layers are divided into chunks on no more than 1000 entries per layer due to technology constrains.

  • Layers are identified by following conventions. The example Layer_1_389371_22055_Centroids_All_To_All_Population_Movement_My_Maps_5360.

    • Layer_1 ... number of the layer (chunk).
    • 389371_22055 ... maximum and minimum values of population included in the layer.
    • Centroids_All_To_All_Population_Movement_My_Maps ... layer´s core name.
    • 5360 ... the minimum population available for the set of layers in the project.
  • Within the layer, member´s data include

    • name ... lru127400_lru127426 where lru is abbreviation of Local Residential Unit and the number is a code according to territorial structure 1.
    • value interval ... (233000 ... 389000] one of 7 intervals used to group data.
    • value nominal ... 308225 reported variable.

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  1. Territorial structure. 2 2023. Accessed on February 28, 2023. URL: