The estimation of values at unsampled points based on known values of surrounding points.

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Can we create topographical map of private land using GPS elevation data?

Is there a way to create a relatively precise topographical map of a private land using GPS elevation data? As the land is a little bit over 100,000 square meters, the available regional topographical ...
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Interpolating points conditionally

I have two sets of data. One comprises all home sales in a given area, where each data 'point' is actually a polygon representing the lot that was sold. The other set comprises arrests made in the ...
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How to calculate average wind speed at a particular location (given longitude and latitude)? [closed]

I am using ArcGIS 10.2 and new to this software. My question iss I have time series wind speed data in netCDF form. I extract netCDF in raster form after that in table form. Now I need How to ...
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Interpolation with z-values taken from a related table

This is a follow-up question (organizing attribute table: multiple sets of variables per point). I am working with ArcGIS 10.1, advanced license. My aim was to build a points layer, each point being ...
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Which interpolation method for noise mapping?

I want to create a noise map with measured point data. But i want to have a planar representation, so I need an interpolation method. Which one is the 'best' one for measured noise data? I prefer to ...
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Restricting Tin interpolation in QGIS

I am trying to do a bathymetric map for a lake using QGIS. However, I see no option to impose a mask so interpolation does not extending beyond the boundaries of my lake. I have traced around the ...
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Source code for interpolation using a known set of random points in an area of land

In a fixed area of land random points with their values are generated. I need to get a heat map for this area of land showing the variations using those known point values. I have found that mostly ...
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contour lines from point shape attribute

I have a point shape file and one of the attribute refers to the altitude. Is is possible to obtain a contour lines shape file in GRASS?
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How to use buffers to estimate the attribute data for a given polygon?

I have two layers: point and a polygon. The point layer has lat/long and I have created buffers of a 1/4 mile. The polygon layer has data such as age and income. Is there a plug-in that can ...
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How to create distinct polygon zones from interpolated raster in ArcGIS

I would like to create smooth/distinct polygon zones from raster data that was interpolated from sparse point data. Is the only way to do this is to have a very small output cell size during the ...
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Using ArcGIS API interpolation functions (idw, kriging, splines) in my own dataset?

Does ArcGIS API provide interpolation functions, like if I want to interpolate from my own set of values? I know that ArcGIS provides functions for interpolation like IDW, Spline and Kriging etc, ...
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Problem with interpolating a vertical profile in 3D Analyst (ArcMap 10.1)

I have a problem when I want to create a vertical profile in 3D Analyst from a DEM file. I want to interpolate the data and show points from 20 to 20 meters, as I specified in the option panel (see ...
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Why do I get these bands on my Height/Dem/Raster

I can't seem to get rid of them, and I've no idea (ok scrap that, I have a vauge idea) whats causing them. First an apology, yes this is quite a large pic apologies, but here goes: How to ...
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Displaying Interpolated surface [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Displaying/Accessing interpolated data I successfully carried out IDW interpolation procedure on rainfall data, using the spatial extent, same pixel size, and same pixel ...