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Martin Loidl
Martin Loidl
Department of Geoinformatics, University of Salzburg
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Urban Emotions and Cycling Experience–enriching traffic planning for cyclists with human sensor data
P Zeile, B Resch, M Loidl, A Petutschnig, L Dörrzapf
GI_Forum 1 (2013), 204-216, 2016
922016
GIS and transport modeling—Strengthening the spatial perspective
M Loidl, G Wallentin, R Cyganski, A Graser, J Scholz, E Haslauer
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 5 (6), 84, 2016
842016
A visual analytics approach for extracting spatio-temporal urban mobility information from mobile network traffic
G Sagl, M Loidl, E Beinat
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 1 (3), 256-271, 2012
762012
Health effects of active commuting to work: The available evidence before GISMO
C Schäfer, B Mayr, MD Fernandez La Puente de Battre, B Reich, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30, 8-14, 2020
332020
Evaluating urban bicycle infrastructures through intersubjectivity of stress sensations derived from physiological measurements
C Werner, B Resch, M Loidl
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 8 (6), 265, 2019
332019
A spatial framework for Planning station-based bike sharing systems
M Loidl, U Witzmann-Müller, B Zagel
European Transport Research Review 11, 1-12, 2019
312019
Effects of active commuting on health‐related quality of life and sickness‐related absence
LM Neumeier, M Loidl, B Reich, MD Fernandez La Puente de Battre, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30, 31-40, 2020
252020
Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics of urban bicycle crashes—A case study from Salzburg (Austria)
M Loidl, C Traun, G Wallentin
Journal of transport geography 52, 38-50, 2016
252016
Agent-based bicycle traffic model for Salzburg city
G Wallentin, M Loidl
GI_Forum J. Geogr. Inf. Sci 2015, 558-566, 2015
252015
Simulating spatio-temporal patterns of bicycle flows with an agent-based model
D Kaziyeva, M Loidl, G Wallentin
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 10 (2), 88, 2021
202021
Mapping bicycle crash risk patterns on the local scale
M Loidl, G Wallentin, R Wendel, B Zagel
Safety 2 (3), 17, 2016
202016
Assessing bicycle safety in multiple networks with different data models
M Loidl, B Zagel
GI_Forum, 144-154, 2014
182014
Neue Forschungsansätze der Kartographie und ihr Potential für den Unterricht
C Traun, T Jekel, M Loidl, R Vogler, N Ferber, I Gryl
GW-Unterricht 129 (1), 5-17, 2013
182013
Autocorrelation-Based Regioclassification–a self-calibrating classification approach for choropleth maps explicitly considering spatial autocorrelation
C Traun, M Loidl
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26 (5), 923-939, 2012
172012
Effects of active commuting on cardiovascular risk factors: GISMO—a randomized controlled feasibility study
B Reich, D Niederseer, M Loidl, MD Fernandez La Puente de Battre, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30, 15-23, 2020
142020
Wie sicher ist sicher?–Innovatives Kostenmodell zur Ermittlung des Gefährdungspotenzials auf Radwegen
M Loidl, B Zagel
Angewandte Geoinformatik, 394-403, 2010
102010
What it takes to recruit 77 subjects for a one-year study on active commuting
MD Fernandez La Puente de Battre, L Moritz Neumeier, C Ensslin, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine and science in sports, 2020
92020
Do online bicycle routing portals adequately address prevalent safety concerns?
M Loidl, HH Hochmair
Safety 4 (1), 9, 2018
92018
Transactional map symbols–at the crossroads of cartography
M Loidl, F Fischer, C Traun
GI-Forum Salzburg, 51-61, 2011
92011
Effects of active commuting to work for 12 months on cardiovascular risk factors and body composition
M Sareban, MD Fernandez La Puente de Battre, B Reich, C Schmied, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30, 24-30, 2020
82020
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