Use the below descriptions to understand Go Counter's session data. If you'd like to view or download your data, visit our Account Center.

NameDescription
bike_count The total number of bicycles logged during the session.
compass The compass direction recorded from the mobile device at the beginning of the session.
end_at The timestamp at the end of the session.
latitude The latitude recorded at the beginning of the session, in decimal degrees.
loc_type

Values in this field are a combination of four letters. The combination indicates whether the location is a mid-section (i.e. a screenline count), a t-intersection, or a four-way (cross) intersection, and how the intersection is laid out relative to the user.

f  =  front
b  =  back
l  =  left
r  =  right

For example "lr" indicates a mid-section (i.e. screenline) count.

longitude The longitude recorded at the beginning of the session, in decimal degrees.
ped_count The total number of pedestrians logged during the session.
survey_comment A transcription of any comments or notes entered by the user in the post-session survey.
survey_rain Y(es)/N(o); indicating the user's response to the question "Was there any precipitation during your count?"
road_type A user-specified value from the pre-count survey in response to the question "Where are you counting?"

Trail
Trail head
Street
Other

session_id A unique ID generated by the application to identify the session.
start_at The timestamp at the beginning of the count session.
station_id A unique ID generated by the application to identify and store station information, including Location Name, GPS coordinates, road_type, and _loc_type.
user_type A user-specified value from the pre-count survey in response to the question "What are you counting?"

Cyclists
Pedestrians
Cyclists and Pedestrians

count_type The traveler observed by the counter during the count action represented by this particular row in the database.
from_direction The direction relative to the user indicating the origin direction of the traveler observed.

f  =  front
b  =  back
l  =  left
r  =  right

recorded_at The timestamp of the count action represented by this particular row in the database.
to_direction The direction relative to the user indicating the departing direction of the traveler observed.

f  =  front
b  =  back
l  =  left
r  =  right