Peter Ranacher
Peter Ranacher
University of Zürich, Department of Geography
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Why GPS makes distances bigger than they are
P Ranacher, R Brunauer, W Trutschnig, S Van der Spek, S Reich
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30 (2), 316-333, 2016
How to compare movement? A review of physical movement similarity measures in geographic information science and beyond
P Ranacher, K Tzavella
Cartography and geographic information science 41 (3), 286-307, 2014
Travelers or locals? Identifying meaningful sub-populations from human movement data in the absence of ground truth
L Scherrer, M Tomko, P Ranacher, R Weibel
EPJ Data Science 7 (1), 1-21, 2018
Exploring correlations in genetic and cultural variation across language families in northeast Asia
H Matsumae, P Ranacher, PE Savage, DE Blasi, TE Currie, ...
Science Advances 7 (34), eabd9223, 2021
What is an appropriate temporal sampling rate to record floating car data with a GPS?
P Ranacher, R Brunauer, S Van der Spek, S Reich
ISPRS international journal of geo-information 5 (1), 1, 2016
Can Bayesian phylogeography reconstruct migrations and expansions in linguistic evolution?
N Neureiter, P Ranacher, R van Gijn, B Bickel, R Weibel
Royal Society open science 8 (1), 201079, 2021
Detecting contact in language trees: a Bayesian phylogenetic model with horizontal transfer
N Neureiter, P Ranacher, N Efrat-Kowalsky, GA Kaiping, R Weibel, ...
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 9 (1), 1-14, 2022
Contact-tracing in cultural evolution: a Bayesian mixture model to detect geographic areas of language contact
P Ranacher, N Neureiter, R Van Gijn, B Sonnenhauser, A Escher, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 18 (181), 20201031, 2021
A model to estimate and interpret the energy-efficiency of movement patterns in urban road traffic
P Ranacher, R Brunauer, SC Van der Spek, S Reich
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 59, 152-163, 2016
Evidence for Britain and Ireland as a linguistic area
S Dedio, P Ranacher, P Widmer
Language 95 (3), 498-522, 2019
Gone with the wind: Inferring bird migration with light‐level geolocation, wind and activity measurements
M Werfeli, P Ranacher, F Liechti
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 (6), 1265-1274, 2022
Identifying probable pathways of language diffusion in South America
P Ranacher, R Van Gijn, C Derungs
University of Zurich, 2017
An adaptive sampling approach for trajectories based on the concept of error ellipses
P Ranacher, A Rousell
Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 1, 169-176, 2013
Exploring deep-time relationships between cultural and genetic evolution in Northeast Asia
H Matsumae, PE Savage, P Ranacher, DE Blasi, TE Currie, T Sato, ...
bioRxiv, 513929, 2019
Can Bayesian phylogeography reconstruct migrations and expansions in human history?
N Neureiter, P Ranacher, R van Gijn, B Bickel, R Weibel
bioRxiv, 2020.07. 20.212043, 2020
High‐intensity bird migration along Alpine valleys calls for protective measures against anthropogenically induced avian mortality
S Hirschhofer, F Liechti, P Ranacher, R Weibel, B Schmid
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 2023
Inferring the History of Spatial Diffusion Processes (Short Paper)
T Takahashi, G Hannes, N Neureiter, P Ranacher
12th International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2023), 2023
Grambank reveals the importance of genealogical constraints on linguistic diversity and highlights the impact of language loss.
J Diniz-Filho, F Alexandre, T Santos, TF Rangel, LM Bini, N Neureiter, ...
Nature 54, 143-151, 2023
Linguistic traits as heritable units? Spatial Bayesian clustering reveals Swiss German dialect regions
N Romano, P Ranacher, S Bachmann, S Joost
Journal of Linguistic Geography 10 (1), 11-22, 2022
Hidden spatial clusters-and how to find them
P Ranacher, N Neureiter
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