Continuing from the last post, this is a visualization of essentially the same data but with a temporal element as well. The video below shows the occurrence of road accidents in UK during 2010 as it happened in time. Each frame in the video adds an hour of accidents to the canvas as bright blue dots and a second in the video is equivalent to 2 days in real time. The light blue shadow is left behind by previously occurred accidents building a cumulative map. As before, the animation is built with processing + blender and the data is cleaned with R and excel. To be honest there nothing much to observe and infer from the visualization at this level except for the small breathing effect which may be due to the peak hours and nights in traffic and how the accident locations correlates with heavily populated areas with dense roads. The video is embedded below and I would recommend increasing the HD setting to 720p for a good quality, comprehensible video.
The source for the data is from UK Data service at here.