Glasgow city provides its Strava user's stats created 2013 (link below). The CSV file contains all the expected columns including, "AMCOMMUTEN" "PMCOMMETN" "BIKECNTN" and so on.
However, when we look at the row values, some are a little off., particularly in the bike count columns. The values are not whole integers as I would expect, instead the values are much smaller, for example, .0930053, 0.0196534.
First, I thought these we the percentage of users on a section of road. However when I tested this idea, it was nullified. The total values in BIKECNTN for example, add up to 2436.940338.
Further - I notice in a youtube video (linked below) that BIKECNTN values are defined as whole numbers. Any ideas on why are the Glasgow numbers so small?
screenshot of Glasgow values less than whole integers - https://1drv.ms/i/s!AtadKSvlHF4EhD9yTFGwX1WHPRJu
youtube video (see 30 minutes in for table) - https://youtu.be/eHGLNQnxcNs