For any Air Quality analysts, familiar with Mobile6.2 by EPA is a must. EPA publishes the user manual in PDF format, while it is easier to print a hard copy use PDF files, it is not that easy to search and navigate quickly to the point of interests. Thus I take some time to recompile it into HTML format. Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request this file.
F1 (Displaying the topic related to that dialog box)
Script editor window
F2 (TP+ scripting language context sensitive help )
F6 (Open the file at cursor)
F9 (Run current file)
Shift+F9 (Run selected text)
Ctrl+F9 (Run current step)
Ctrl+A (Select all texts)
F3 (Search again)
F5 (Display the Goto Cell dialog box)
F8 (Display the Matrix Statistics dialog box)
Network editor window
F2 (Edit Penalties)
Ctrl+F2 (Edit intersection data)
F3 (View Voyager/TP+ Turning Volume)
Ctrl+F3 (View output intersection data)
F6 (Display previous View)
F7 (Pan the view)
F8 (Open Layer Information dialog box)
F9 (Redraw Refresh)
F11 (Zoom in)
F12 (Zoom out)
Ctrl+F (Center view on Node)
- Double click JLCounter.exe to start the program, under Count Menu select the type of study you want to perform
- Select Turing Movement, or hit Ctrl + N, to perform Intersection Turning Movement Counts Study.
- After select facing Direction, Click “Start” Button to Start the Counts
- Select “Time-stamped Raw data” from View menu to show the data collected, the user can arrange the two forms to show at the same time and see the effects of adding/deleting one vehicle
- Use “Open”, “Save”, “Save As” under File Menu to open existing file and save current time-stamped raw data. Use “Save Counts Summary” to save current data in counts summary format.
- Under Options Menu, Click “Start Assign Shortcut Keys”
- Click Option under Options Menu
- For Manual Classification Study
- Click “Load Scheme” Under File menu
- For Signalized Intersection Delay Study
I don’t know about you, but paying one grand for a board counter and another one grand for data transfer software seems nuts to me, so I wrote this free counter program to save you some money.
Oh, that is just my joke:), the idea actually came from work. The company I am working for does not have any electronic counter but old mechanical counter, you know what a pain and mess is to use four mechanic counter to collect a four-approach intersection turning movements. What, you were never sent to do a 13 hour counting, alone when you were junior, Wow, then congratulations, you can skip this page and save your time for more meaningful things in your life.
The latest version of JLCounter is 1.0, it has two version and can run on Microsoft Windows Platform and Palm. It can be used to do Intersection Turning Movement , Manual Classification Study and Intersection Delay Studies. I am attaching some screen shots to give you a feeling of it.
The best part of JLCounter is not it is free, but it records the exact time when user press the button. It not only records the volume, but also records the time of vehicle passing by. These time-stamped raw data can be further used to analyze gap, saturation flow rate and other useful traffic data. JLCounter has built-in capability to convert these time-stamped raw data into counts summary grouped by 15 minutes or any time selected by user.
So in a nutshell, JLCounter
All right, enough of self pumping. If interested, write me an email to request the setup file at email@example.com. Of course it is free, but if you like it and are in a good mood, donate me a beer.