If the red line is above the yellow check-in wait curve, more registration stations may be needed.
If it's below the yellow region, more check-in stations for previously-registered voters may be needed.
Try the simulation again with these values.
Avg. Minutes to check in:
Avg. Min. to register:
Avg. Min. to vote:
Avg. Min. to scan:
The "composite" pattern gives arrivals close to our measurements from
all polling places combined. If you know the general arrival flow for a precinct
you may select from one of the alternatives. To see a graph of the arrival pattern used,
click "Show simulation settings" below, and check "Show arrival pattern" in those
These are voters who wait in the check-in line, but
cannot check in to vote here. They may not be registered, they may not have the
required ID, or they may be at the wrong polling place.