The scope of this dataset is to explore the acoustic environment on the basis of spatial configurations. To fulfill this objective, two ranges of data were involved. Firstly, urban acoustic data was obtained by setting up 240 stations of measurements based on equivalent continuous A-weighted sound pressure level, across 16 urban zones in Biskra City, Algeria, during working hours. The data was analyzed using geostatistical and interpolation models on a Geographic Information System platform in order to enhance the observations and examine their distribution within the urban area. Secondly, spatial configuration data is based on two indicators: Normalized Angular Integration and Normalized Angular choice. Integration refers to the degree of accessibility “to-movement”, whereas Choice values depict the urban route hierarchy, or the “through-movement”potential. The data includes different values of the global and local scale of the urban structure using several metric radii of 400m.
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