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Check-in locations on social media provide information about an individual's location. The millions of units of data generated from these sites provide knowledge for human activity. In this research, we used a geolocation service and users' texts posted on Twitter social media to analyze human mobility. Our research will answer the questions; what are the movement patterns of a citizen? And, how far do people travel in the city? We explore the people trajectory of 201,118 check-ins and 22,318doi:10.5281/zenodo.1316836 fatcat:66zjfvfwuvdstjene7i4h6wwh4