Current Publications

Traun, C. (2018): Impulse aus der Praxis –Bereicherung von Forschung und Lehre aus berufsbegleitenden GI-Bildungsangeboten. In: Kersten, T.P., E. Gülch, J. Schiewe, T.H. Kolbe, U. Stilla (Hrsg.), 38. Wissenschaftlich-Technische Jahrestagung der DGPF und PFGK18 Tagung in München – Publikationen der DGPF, Band 27: 461-464. link

Traun, C. & C. Mayrhofer (2017): Complexity reduction in choropleth map animations by autocorrelation weighted generalization of time-series data. In: Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 1-17. link

Traun, C., H. Klug & B. Burkhard (2017): Mapping Techniques. In: Burkhard, B. & J. Maes (Eds.): Mapping Ecosystem Services., Pensoft Publishing: 55-62. link

Loidl, M., Traun, C., Wallentin, G. (2016): Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics of urban bicycle crashes - A case study from Salzburg (Austria). In: Journal of Transport Geography 52, 38-50. link

Traun, C. (2016): Statistik in Karten - Flächenkartogramme verstehen. In: Gryl, I. (Hrsg.): Reflexive Kartenarbeit. Methoden und Aufgaben, Westermann Verlag: 60-80. pdf

Traun, C. (2015): Wahrnehmungsorientierte Kartengestaltung. In: Hennig, S. (Hrsg.): Online-Karten im Fokus. Praxisorientierte Entwicklung und Umsetzung., Wichmann Verlag: 71-88. pdf

Wallentin, G., B. Hofer & C. Traun (2015), Assessment of workforce demands to shape GIS&T education. In: Transactions in GIS 19 (3), 439-454. link

Traun C. (2013). Digital = Different? New Purposes of Maps. In: A. Chymyrov & A. Assylbekova (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Central Asia GIS Conference - GISCA’13., 33-40. pdf

Traun C., T. Jekel, M. Loidl, R. Vogler, N. Ferber & I. Gryl (2013). Neue Forschungsansätze der Kartographie und ihr Potential für den Unterricht. In: GW-Unterricht 129, 5–17. pdf

Traun, C. & Loidl, M. (2013). Cartography rocks! - Eine Wissenschaft im Wandel. In: Koch, A., Bill, R. & Donaubauer, A. eds. 18. Münchner Fortbildungsseminar des Runden Tisch GIS, München: Wichmann, 61-71.

Loidl, M. & C. Traun (2012). The balance of value and space - Merging classification and regionalization to make more sense out of spatial data. In: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the German Classification Society (GfKl) on Data Analysis, Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery. Hildesheim: online, 121-122. pdf

Traun, C. & Loidl, M. (2012): Autocorrelation-Based Regioclassification - A self-calibrating classification approach for choropleth maps explicitly considering spatial autocorrelation. In: International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26(5), p.923-939. pdf

Loidl M., Fischer F. & C. Traun (2011): Transactional Map Symbols - At the crossroads of cartography? In: A. Car, G. Griesebner and J. Strobl (Eds.): GI Forum. Salzburg, Wichman Verlag: 51-61. pdf

Loidl M., Fischer F. & C. Traun (2011): Unveiling the Conceptual Design Framework Behind Transactional Map Symbols. In: A. Schwering, E. Pebesma and K. Behncke (Eds.): Geoinformatik 2011 "Geochange". Münster, AKA Verlag: 229-236. pdf

Traun, C. (2009): Continuing Professional Education Requirements and Offers in GI within Europe. In: Jekel, Koller, Donert (Eds): Learning with Geoinformation IV. -Heidelberg, p. 212-219. pdf

Lindner-Fally, M und C. Traun (2008): VESTA-GIS: Vocational Education and Sectoral Training network on GIS and GI-Application domains. In: Future Prospects in Geography, HERODOT Conference Proceedings, 4-7th Sept. 2008. Liverpool Hope University. Geography in European higher education 7. -Liverpool, S. 93ff.

Traun, C. und M. Fally (2007): Problemorientiertes kollaboratives Lernen in online basierten Geoinformatik-Fernstudien. In: T.Jekel, A. Koller, J. Strobl (Hrsg.), Lernen mit Geoinformation II. - Heidelberg, S. 204-215. pdf


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