@@ -52,4 +52,13 @@ This information is important to be able to say something about the road network

According to Barron, Neis, Zipf (2014) if only few active contributors are detected for a city,

probably an external data source is needed to state something about the road completeness.

The output shows for every timestamp the number of distinct contributors.

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The output shows for every timestamp the number of distinct contributors.

**EquidistanceDevelopment**

Calculates the equisdistance of polygons with "landuse" or "natural" tag. Therefore the length of the

boundary of the polygon is divided by the number of points belonging to the polygon.

To get the equidistance development, the euqidistance of the current version is substracted from the euqidistance of the current version of the corresponding polygon.

In the diagram made with equidistancePlot.py the x-axis shows the number of polygons and the y-axis shows the equidistance development.

The polygons are sorted by the equidistance in their first version in ascending order.