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 ====== Visited Streets ====== ====== Visited Streets ======
  
-This report shows which streets were visited and when. Highways, roads, and other places with available addresses are also considered as streets in this report. ​+This report shows what streets were visited and when. Highways, roads, and other places with available addresses are also considered as streets in this report. ​
  
 The following columns can be presented in this kind of report: ​ The following columns can be presented in this kind of report: ​
  
-  * **Street**street, ​roads, highway, etc. name.  +  * **Street** ​— the name of the street, ​road, highway, etc.  
-  * **Initial location**place where the first messages ​from this street was received. It can be the same as the previous cell or more detailed (for example, it can additionally contain house number).  +  * **Initial location** ​— the place where the first message ​from this street was received. It can be the same as the previous cell or more detailed (for example, it can additionally contain ​house number).  
-  * **Beginning**time when the unit started moving along this street. +  * **Beginning** ​— the time when the unit started moving along the street. 
-  * **End**:  ​time when the unit left the street. +  * **End** ​— the time when the unit left the street. 
-  * **Duration**total time the unit was there+  * **Duration** ​— the total time the unit was on the street
-  * **Mileage**distance that was traveled by the unit while moving ​through this street. +  * **Mileage** ​— the distance that was traveled by the unit while moving ​along the street. 
-  * **Mileage (adjusted)**mileage subject to the coefficient set in advanced unit properties. [[../​dat/​dat#​mileage|About mileage in reports...]] +  * **Mileage (adjusted)** ​— the mileage subject to the coefficient set in advanced unit properties. ​More information about mileage in the report can be found [[../​dat/​dat#​mileage|here]]. 
-  * **Avg speed**average speed while moving along this street.  +  * **Avg speed** ​— the average speed while moving along the street.  
-  * **Max speed**maximum speed detected while moving along this street. ​ [[../​dat/​dat#​mileage|About speed in reports...]] +  * **Max speed** ​— the maximum speed detected while moving along the street. ​More information about speed in reports can be found [[../​dat/​dat#​mileage|here]]. 
-  * **Streets count**the number of performed visits (can be helpful ​either in [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters#​grouping|grouping]] ​table data by years/​months/​weeks/​days/​shifts ​or for the reports on unit groups).  +  * **Streets count** ​— the number of performed visits (can be helpful ​if there is [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters#​grouping|grouping]] by years/​months/​weeks/​days/​shifts).  
-  * **Notes**an empty column for your custom comments. ​+  * **Notes** ​— an empty column for your custom comments. ​
  
 {{ :​tables:​streets.png?​nolink }} {{ :​tables:​streets.png?​nolink }}
  
-When clicking on a green cell in the table, the map is moved in such a way to display a point where the unit entered or left the indicated street, or reached the maximum speed, and this place is highlighted by a special marker+When clicking on a green cell in the table, the map is moved so that to display a point where the unit entered or left the indicated street, or reached the maximum speed. ​
  
-Sometimes there can be gaps in cells. ​It may happen when only one message ​from a place was received ​in succession. In such casesjust the name of the street and arrival time are given+Sometimes there can be gaps in cells. ​This means that only one message was received ​on this streetand therefore it is difficult to determine ​the length ​of time it was on the street, the mileage, ​and the average and maximum speed.
  
-[[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​filtration|Intervals filtration]] ​can be applied to this table: ​by duration, mileage, engine hours, speed range, trips, stops, parkings, sensors, fuel fillings and thefts. ​ For example, you can get streets where a sensor was on or the streets where sensor was off. +[[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​filtration|Intervals filtration]] by duration, mileage, engine hours, speed range, trips, stops, parkings, sensors, fuel fillings and thefts ​can be applied to this table. For example, you can display only the streets where a particular ​sensor was turned ​onor the streets where the sensor was turned ​off. To specify the sensor, you can set a mask for it. This function is convenient, for example, for snow removal equipment — it allows you to know that the car did not just pass along the street, but had the brushes on.
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