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How do you calculate the number of red cars in a city?
you fly your drone over the busiest avenue and you count number of red cars from 7am to 9am, then you make a prediction, say 30% more red cars are elsewhere in the city
Ask my friend, who is a traffic officer how many red cars he pulls over in a shift and add about 25-30% more for the rest of the town.
I wouldn't, I'm sure someone else is already doing this and I wouldn't waste my time doing something someone else is already doing. I'd just contact that person, whether it be Stats Canada or whomever monitors statistics and retrieve the info.
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