Two papers from our department the most read in IJGIS
Sep 19, 2016

We are pleased to learn from the editors of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS) that the following two papers affiliated to our department became the two most downloaded publications recently published in IJGIS:

  • Ranacher P, Brunauer R, Trutschnig W, Van der Spek S, and Reich S (2016): Why GPS makes distances bigger than they are. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 30(2): 316-333.

  • Biljecki F (2016): A scientometric analysis of selected GIScience journals. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 30(7): 1302-1335.

The most read papers will be presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting 2017 in Boston, USA. IJGIS is the flagship journal of geographical information science, with the first issue published in 1987 (for other relevant journals in the field, feel free to have a look at our curated list of GIScience journals).

We thank the readers for their interest, and we remain committed in carrying out research of high relevance to the GIScience community. For our other recently published work please see our list of publications. You are welcome to follow us at our blog or Twitter.