Program7 - MEMORANDUM TO: Dr. Kuang-An Chang Instructor,...

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M E M O R A N D U M TO: Dr. Kuang-An Chang Instructor, CVEN 302, Fall 2010 FROM: Ryan Henry 219003331 DATE: November 12, 2010 RE: Data Analysis Applied to Toll Road Data The purpose of this assignment is to analyze a set of time series data for the toll usage in Seoul, South Korea, and to compare the toll data with other economic factors, including the price of gas, the average household income, and the cost of public transportation. Figures for Section 2.1: Zachry Department of Civil Engineering, 3136 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-3136. rhenry54@neo.tamu.edu
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Correlation Coefficients (Command Window): The correlation coefficient for vehicles admitted toll free for tunnel 1 versus the price of gas is: 0.573311 The correlation coefficient for vehicles admitted toll free for tunnel 2 versus the price of gas is: 0.129867 The correlation coefficient for vehicles paying tolls for tunnel 1 versus the price of the toll is: -0.718163 The correlation coefficient for vehicles paying tolls for tunnel 2 versus the price of the toll is: -0.0910726 4
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A P P E N D I X 1 Lab7.m (Wrapper Program) % PROGRAM Lab7.m % % This program % % Define variables: % V -- Volume of traffic in vehicles per workday % t -- toll price in 2007 market values % alpha -- curve fitting parameter % beta -- curve fitting parameter % Tun1 -- Data for Namsan 1st tunnel % Tun3 -- Data for Namsan 3rd tunnel % Other -- Several other economic measures for the same time period % % Ryan Henry % Fall 2010 clear all close all % Load in data charts: Tun1 = load( 'Tunnel_1.txt' ); Tun3 = load( 'Tunnel_3.txt' ); Other = load( 'Other_Data.txt' ); % 2.1 Monthly Volumeistics for Each Tunnel traffic_vol1 = [Tun1(1:12:132,7) Tun1(2:12:132,7) Tun1(3:12:132,7) ... Tun1(4:12:132,7) Tun1(5:12:132,7) Tun1(6:12:132,7) ... Tun1(7:12:132,7) Tun1(8:12:132,7) Tun1(9:12:132,7) ... Tun1(10:12:132,7) Tun1(11:12:132,7) Tun1(12:12:132,7)]; traffic_vol3 = [Tun3(1:12:132,7) Tun3(2:12:132,7) Tun3(3:12:132,7) ... Tun3(4:12:132,7) Tun3(5:12:132,7) Tun3(6:12:132,7)
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course CVEN 302 taught by Professor Edge during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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