Asset And Investment Analysis Library

This plugin allows multi-scale redesign, it offers two specific parts: Asset Analysis and Investment Visualization. It uses the Geodesign Hub API to download the diagram and systems data and then offers a series of settings to investigate and set potential uses of this asset and finally conduct an investment analysis.

Using this collection you can arranged specific characteristics of the diagram such as people housed, total models and quantity of flooring for a example for a residential diagram, as shown below. You can set a representative image and compute targetted people density. There are other asset types as well such as Tourism, Office, Retail etc. Once we progress, we shall continue steadily to add additional asset classes.

Once you have established the casing requirements, after that you can take a look at capital investment and a ROI on that investment. Finally, after that you can compute the assistance required for the asset to comprehend the implications of putting an asset like that in the space. This is the second area of the plugin.

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Once you have arranged the asset details per asset, after that you can do very interesting analysis of the interventions both financial and temporal as detailed below. The library analyzes the positioning of the diagram over the boundary uploaded into Geodesignhub. A boundary is a simple polygon file that may be really any boundary: interpersonal, political, economic, or administrative.

Once the boundary is published, the plugin computes the asset details over that boundary. That is useful to imagine how money flows in the design over space and time. Investment overtime per boundary, after the capital investment is defined, after that you can compute how the investment flows over different boundaries. Below is a chorpleth intensity map of investments demonstrating the across various boundaries. Also, as a straightforward graph.

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