Peer-reviewed journal articles
Boeing, G. 2017. “OSMnx: New Methods for Acquiring, Constructing, Analyzing, and Visualizing Complex Street Networks.” Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. 65, 126-139.
Boeing, G. and P. Waddell. 2016. “New Insights into Rental Housing Markets across the United States: Web Scraping and Analyzing Craigslist Rental Listings.” Journal of Planning Education and Research. Online first.
Boeing, G. 2016. “Honolulu Rail Transit: International Lessons from Barcelona in Linking Urban Form, Design, and Transportation.” Planext, 2, 28–47.
Boeing, G. 2016. “Visual Analysis of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems: Chaos, Fractals, Self-Similarity and the Limits of Prediction.” Systems, 4 (4), 37.
Boeing, G., D. Church, H. Hubbard, J. Mickens, and L. Rudis. 2014. “LEED-ND and Livability Revisited.” Berkeley Planning Journal, 27 (1), 31–55.
Manuscripts currently under peer review
Boeing, G. 2017. “A Multi-Scale Analysis of 27,000 Urban Street Networks.” Under review at Environment and Planning B.
Boeing, G. 2017. “Measuring the Complexity of Urban Form and Design.” Under review at Urban Design International.
Boeing, G. 2017. “OSMnx: A Python package to work with graph-theoretic OpenStreetMap street networks.” Marker paper under review at Journal of Open Source Software.
Book chapters and other articles
Barajas, J. M., G. Boeing, and J. Wartell. 2017. “Neighborhood Change, One Pint at a Time: The Impact of Local Characteristics on Craft Breweries.” In: N. G. Chapman, J. S. Lellock, and C. D. Lippard (Eds.) Untapped: Exploring the Cultural Dimensions of Craft Beer. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Press.
Boeing, G. 2017. “A Review of the Structure and Dynamics of Cities: Urban Data Analysis and Theoretical Modeling.” Journal of the American Planning Association, 83 (4), 418.
Boeing, G. 2017. “Understanding Cities through Networks and Flows.” Berkeley Planning Journal, 28 (1), 118-123.
Boeing, G. 2016. “How Our Neighborhoods Lost Food, and How They Can Get It Back.” Progressive Planning, 206 (Winter), 35–37.
Beck, A. E., G. Boeing, and D. Shannon. 2014. “Systems and Methods for Analyzing Requirements.” United States Patent 8,650,186. Washington, DC: United States.
Boeing, G. 2017. “Methods and Measures for Analyzing Complex Street Networks and Urban Form.” Dissertation. University of California, Berkeley.
Boeing, G. 2017. “The Relative Circuity of Walkable and Drivable Urban Street Networks.” Working paper.
Boeing, G. 2017. “We Live in a Motorized Civilization: Robert Moses Replies to Robert Caro.” Working paper.