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Research Collection: Statistics September 2019

The highest Altmetric Score in September was achieved by an article dealing with the influence of an astronomical event on the paleoclimate. According to the article, meteorite dust could have triggered an ice age on Earth about 460 million years ago. The full text of this article is available in the Research Collection. Read more

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  1. Which phase-detection intrusive probe to use in high-velocity air-water flows? 

    Felder, Stefan; Hohermuth, Benjamin; Pfister, Michael; et al. (2019)
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  2. How much of which mode? Using revealed preference data to design MaaS plans 

    Reck, Daniel Jan; Axhausen, Kay W. (2020)
    Mobility as a Service (MaaS) seeks to integrate emerging shared mobility modes with existing public transportation (PT). Decisive to its uptake will be attractive subscription plans that cater for heterogeneous mobility needs. Research on willingness to pay for such plans has commenced, yet remains divided on a central question: how much to include of which mode, and how? Complementing previous research building on stated preference data, ...
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  3. Expanding a (electric) bicycle-sharing system to a new city: Prediction of demand with spatial regression and random forests 

    Guidon, Sergio; Reck, Daniel Jan; Axhausen, Kay W. (2020)
    The number of bicycle-sharing systems has undergone strong growth in the last two decades. This growth is part of a worldwide trend that has began in the 1990s and has strongly accelerated after 2005. Early bicycle-sharing systems have mainly been provided as a public service by cities, but meanwhile major international bicycle-sharing companies have emerged that seek to expand their operations to new cities. Two major strategic questions ...
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