apollo_timeUseData {apollo} | R Documentation |

## Dataset of time use.

### Description

A Revealed Preference dataset containing 2,826 full-day observations.

### Usage

```
apollo_timeUseData
```

### Format

An object of class `data.frame`

with 2826 rows and 20 columns.

### Details

This dataset is to be used for Multiple Discrete Continuous (MDC) modelling. Data comes from 447 individuals who provided activitry diaries for a total of 2,826 days. Each observation summarizes the amount of time spent in each of twelve different activities. The dataset also incluides characteristics of the participants. This dataset comes from the following publication. Calastri, C., Crastes dit Sourd, R. and Hess, S. (2020) We want it all: experiences from a survey seeking to capture social network structures, lifetime events and short-term travel and activity planning. Transportation, 47(1), pp. 175-201.

- indivID
Numeric. Identification number of the individual.

- day
Numeric. Index of the day for each observation (day 1 was excluded).

- date
Numeric. Date in format yyyymmdd.

- budget
Numeric. Total amount of time registered during the day (in minutes).

- t_a01
Numeric. Time spent dropping-of or picking up other people (in minutes).

- t_a02
Numeric. Time spent working (in minutes).

- t_a03
Numeric. Time spent on educational activities (in minutes).

- t_a04
Numeric. Time spent shopping (in minutes).

- t_a05
Numeric. Time spent on private business (in minutes).

- t_a06
Numeric. Time spent getting petrol (in minutes).

- t_a07
Numeric. Time spent on social or leasure activities (in minutes).

- t_a08
Numeric. Time spent on vacation or long (inter-city) travel (in minutes).

- t_a09
Numeric. Time spent doing exercise (in minutes).

- t_a10
Numeric. Time spent at home (in minutes).

- t_a11
Numeric. Time spent travelling (everyday travelling) (in minutes).

- t_a12
Numeric. Non-allocated time (in minutes).

- female
Numeric. 1 if respondent is female. 0 otherwise.

- age
Numeric. Age of respondent (in years, approximate).

- occ_full_time
Numeric. 1 if the respondent works full time.

- weekend
Numeric. 1 if the current date is a weekend.

### Source

http://www.apollochoicemodelling.com/

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