About this metric

daytime density

Daytime population refers to the population of an area of interest including residents, workers, and visitors. The daytime population is generally higher than nighttime population, which includes only residents. Density is calculated by dividing by the area of interest.

Daytime density = (Residents + Workers + Visitors) / Area of vision extent

Depends upon:

—Other metrics: ecosystems, residents, workers and visitors

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