Fig. 3: Heatmap indicating predicted probability of ending the shift in dependence of hours worked and revenues earned. | Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

Fig. 3: Heatmap indicating predicted probability of ending the shift in dependence of hours worked and revenues earned.

From: A stochastic prediction of minibus taxi driver behaviour in South Africa

Fig. 3

Results were obtained from a strictly non-parametric regression according to the GAM method introduced, but just the time and revenue variable used as predictors (thus excluding all fixed effects), whereas both were chosen to be smoothed over. Range of data has been chosen based on the number of data points 7.5. E.g. too few data points fall after 1500 ZAR earned. Source: Own representation, Data: GoMetro (2017).

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