Geo Open Accessibility Tool - GOAT
GOAT is an interactive webtool for accessibility analysis on walking and cycling. Find out more by visiting the subpages.
What is GOAT?
Videos for a quick start. Here the functions of GOAT are demonstrated exemplarily.
Calculate walking isochrones
Calculate walking isochrones at different places and compare their results. In addition, intersect the isochrones with population numbers and amenities.
Interactive network modifications
Perform your own scenarios by drawing, modifying or deleting links in the routing network within seconds and assess changes in accessibility.
Interactively compute multi-isochrones
Show in seconds how many residents from a certain neighborhood have access to an amenity in a traveltime of your choice by using multi-isochrones.
Use GOAT for location planning
You can add, modify and delete points of interest and assess the effects on accessibility on the fly within a few seconds.
Comparison population density and accessibility
Compare accessibility levels and populations density in order to assess the spatial distribution of e.g. bicycle-sharing stations.
Compute and visualize walking accessibility
The dynamic heatmap makes use of gravity-based accessibility measures and allows you to show accessiblity levels for many amenities on a grid level.
Visualize extensive spatial data
You can visualize extensive spatial data easily. Depending on the version you will find data such as noise levels, landuse or the number of accidents.
What is GOAT?