The time segment visualization splits a film's length into equal n-tiles and displays the percentage of events (in bar form) that occur in that particular n-tile. For example, if you choose to split an 80-minute film into four segments, each quartile will be twenty minutes long. If the 'Presence' attribute reads 59% in the first quartile, then the protagonist was present approximately twelves minutes of the first twenty. 42% in the second quartile would mean they were present under ten minutes of the film's second 20-minute chunk, and so on.
Note: The 'Shot Type' and 'Absence Type' categories are omitted from this view.