Recent Submissions 

  1. Code For The Analysis Of Acoustic And Micro-Seismic Data Measured At Matterhorn Hörnligrat, Switzerland 

    Weber, Samuel; Meyer, Matthias (2018)
    Python3 code used to produce Figures in the following publication:
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  2. AMS transport network vectorisation 

    Hunziker, Philipp; Fuhrer, Raphaël (2013)
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  3. Unified measurement software UMS 

    Pfenninger, Reto; Sediva, Eva; Boyn, Sören; et al. (2017)
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  4. Atlas der Schweiz / Atlas de la Suisse / Atlante della Svizzera / Atlas of Switzerland – online 

    Hurni, Lorenz (2017)
    The “Atlas of Switzerland – online” provides a broad spectrum of users with direct and easy access to geographical information classified in ten thematic categories. The Atlas offers new visualisation options in 3D and interactive cartography. The Atlas is based on a specially developed Atlas platform and vector data. Release 1.2 has improved functionality and is now also available as Mac OS X version.
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  5. Atlas der Schweiz / Atlas de la Suisse / Atlante della Svizzera / Atlas of Switzerland – online 

    Hurni, Lorenz (2016)
    The “Atlas of Switzerland – online” provides a broad spectrum of users with direct and easy access to geographical information classified in ten thematic categories. The Atlas offers new visualisation options in 3D and interactive cartography. The Atlas is based on a specially developed Atlas platform and vector data.
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  6. MATLAB Library for Nanonis based files: NanoLib (Version 1.0) 

    Peter, Quentin; De Pietro, Lorenzo G.; Zanin, Danilo A. (2017)
    Library to open and analyze files produced by Nanonis SPM Control System in MATLAB.
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  7. geoGAM: Select Sparse Geoadditive Models for Spatial Prediction 

    Nussbaum, Madlene; Papritz, Andreas J. (2017)
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  8. Esum: Data Visualisation Tool 

    Buš, Peter; Ojha, Varun Kumar (2017)
    The program provides basic data visualization taken from external sources, like CSV files with captured number values. Each value is translated into the visual representation using Processing shapes. The program uses external libraries for the visualization, i.e. Plethora Library, Unfolding Map Library and ControlP5 for GUI. In this visualization, 21 participants are walking through a street in Zurich, and their representational stress ...
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  9. DeCodingSpaces Toolbox for Grasshopper 

    Abdulmawla, Abdulmalik; Bielik, Martin; Buš, Peter; et al. (2017)
    DeCodingSpaces Toolbox for Grasshopper is a collection of analytical and generative components for algorithmic architectural and urban planning. The toolbox is free software released by the Computational Planning Group (CPlan) and is a result of long term collaboration between academic institutions and praxis partners across the globe with the common goal to increase the efficiency and quality of architecture and urban planning.
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