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Understanding human mobility patterns -- how people move in their everyday lives -- is an interdisciplinary research field. It is a question with roots back to the 19th century that has been dramatically revitalized with the recent increase in data availability. Models of human mobility often take the population distribution as a starting point. Another, sometimes more accurate, data source is land-use maps. In this paper, we discuss how the intra-city movement patterns, and consequentlydoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0140152 pmid:26445147 pmcid:PMC4596845 fatcat:xgrj3vzubjclbooqesexrmtdxm