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

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Interpolating Maps - Statistical Learning Techniques vs Spatial Statistics Techniques

I have recently begun experimenting with the interpolation of variales over a whole country. I have good sized training set where I have several dependant variables (continuous and categorical) ...
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How to obtain closest point of point over polylines layer in PostGIS 1.4 (without st_ClosestPoint)?

I´ve got a polylines layer (pipes) and a points layer (valves) and In Postgis 1.4 I would like to obtain the closest points but exactly on the closest polyline. In other words, i need to locate each ...
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Interpolate current Course value of GPS using previous Course values

I have a set of GPS data with Lat, lon and Course. I need to interpolate current value of course, using previous values of Course. The formula I am using is not accurate in curves.In C language I was ...
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Is it possible to do spatial interpolation using points in a field?

I would like to use Quantum instead of ArcGIS to make field map but before, I need to know if its possible to do spatial interpolation with definited points in a field (ex. pH points). Is there a ...
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Inverse distance weighted interpolation for categorical and/or binary datasets

I want to perform an Inverse distance weighted (IDW) interpolation to a series of points. However my data set can be categorical or binary and just like the IDW I want to interpolate the new values ...
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Spatial Analysis with Factors/Classifications

When doing analysis on spatial data with associated information that is numeric, it is possible to use techniques such as Kriging or Interpolation or Cluster Analysis to find out interesting ...
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Interpolation of Values in ArcGIS

I wanted to interpolate the trend values (trend of sunshine hour calculated over 20 years) throughout the study area from the available station points. My confusion is in the selection of ...
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How to interpolate polyline or line from points?

We have a lot of points, but with no timestamps to create ways. For now, I've created a sample of the way the points traverse. It's in here, this way can be compared with a Google one. I haven't ...
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ArcGis Raster Resampling Question [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you decide what interpolation method to use for resampling raster data? I want to interpolate a certiain target variable over a large territory. I trained a ...
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Difference between Geostatistical Analyst and Spatial Analyst toolboxes for interpolation?

I did interpolation on point data using "Geostatistical Analyst" tool. It gives me surface layer. Then I exported this layer into raster image (by right click on this layer=>export data into raster) ...
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PostGIS interpolation / triangulation options

I'm looking for an open source workflow to automate DEM construction. We have a series of sites that fall within a LIDAR dataset. We want to create site specific DEM's for each site, and we're ...
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Spatio-temporal block kriging with R package gstat?

In the documentation of sp I saw that the coords argument of the SpatialPolygons function only accepts 2 columns. Is it not possible to create 3-dimensional polygons? I am doing spatio-temporal ...
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TIN Interpolation using a vector layer

I'm writing a plugin in QGIS and I'd like to generate a TIN surface using a vector layer with x,y and z (interpolation attribute). The idea is to visualize the same result like in the Interpolation ...
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How can I select which interpolation technique will be used in a gdal command? (gdal_fillnodata.py)

I work on Landsat 7 slc-off images and I would like to use the gdal_fillnodata.py command to fill-in the missing pixels. The problem that I have is that the gdal_fillnodata.py uses the "inverse ...
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Is there a way to create raster by interpolating point values using GeoTools 8.2?

im new in using GeoTools (8.2). I was able to create shp from asc file which contains my data. Now my question is is there a simple way to create (interpolate) a simple shapefile (only points) to ...
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How to choose raster interpolation method?

I work with a dataset of ~1.3 million residential buildings; each of them is described by a normally distributed variable ranging from 0 to 100. The dataset covers whole Switzerland so there are ...
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3D modelling a snow patch

In my studies, I work with the internal dynamics of different snowpatches. In this study I wish to generate 3D models of snow patches. I have some problems when it comes to the actual work flow of ...
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TIN interpolation crash in Qgis

I have problems using the function TIN(linear) interpolation in Qgis. The program crashes when larger areas is interpolated. Map properties: vector map, Geometry typ = Point, features in this ...
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Which geostatistical tools to use to determine surface changes over 40 years?

I have a data from the Weather station with SWEmax (snow water equivalent) collected over 40 years. I need to interpolate the data over my river's watershed and then, somehow, determine the ...
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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 ...
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Kriging with barriers in R?

I wonder if there is a way to interpolate xyz points in a raster within certain bounds using R? In ArcGIS this is called interpolation with barriers. I wonder if there is something similar in R? I ...
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How to interpolate while providing clipping geometry? (ArcGIS 10)

Is there a way to interpolate (IDW) while providing clipping geometry? My objective is that I want to interpolate temperature data but I do not want it to interpolate the entire extent of the point ...
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How to interpolate into polygons?

I need to interpolate values from points to polygons. I have a point shapefile and a shapefile of adjacent polygons. Some polygons get several points falling inside, some have nothing. I thought ...
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How to interpolate temperature correctly?

I tried to interpolate the mean avyerage annual temperature to produce a "realistic" surface.In qgis I used Raster-Interpolation-Interpolation. Both methods TIN and IDW did not deliver a "realistic" ...
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Interpolating and infilling a raster from 5km pixels to 100m pixels in Arcmap 10

I am trying to refine a raster dataset of annual rainfall from a 5km grid down to a 100m grid. Before I continue, I am aware that this could result in some uncertainty regarding the data. However, the ...
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Optimum grid/pixel size for interpolating rainfall and temperature

I have a set monthly rainfall and temperature data within an approximately 100 x 100 km study area. The sampling points are unevenly distributed within the study area. Based on a paper by Janis et. ...
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How to create Online IDW(Inverse Distance Weighted) Interpolation?

I have some point data which store as JSON.As follow: [["Lat":"12.12","Long":"23.23","ZValue":"123"],...]. I tried to interpolate them as contour line and displayed them on my ...
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How to install sda4pp plugin with missing repository in QGIS

I see that the repository for the sda4pp plugin went down in 2011. Does anyone know if there is another way to download the plug-in with the repository missing? If this plug-in is no longer ...
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How to batch process (100s) of interpolations in QGIS or other open source software programs?

Is there an efficient way to run 100s of interpolations in QGIS or other open source software programs? I have groundwater contamination data collected from monitoring wells at about 800 different ...
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How to calculate maximum distance to an interpolated value along a contour in QGIS?

I'm planning to enter concentrations of groundwater contaminants collected from well locations into QGIS and then use interpolation functions to create contours of the groundwater plume. Can QGIS ...
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How to overlay my interpolation within the boundaries of Quebec?

I am trying to create interpolated maps within geographical borders. I have the coordinates and values to the points I am trying to interpolate. I also have a map of the geographical land mass in ...
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Creating DEM from point data in CSV files using ArcGIS Desktop?

I have a lot of csv files which contain point data containing height, aspect and slope measurements at a resolution of 12,5 meters. I need to create a dem from this data and have ArcGIS 10 with ...
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What is the best technique for interpolating soil depth from sample points

This is my first post here. I have some points from a soil depth survey and I need to interpolate the depth for a whole area. What is the most appropriate technique for this and is there anything I ...
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Creation raster image from interpolated image

I have interpolated temperature data that I have. This image's max and min values are 11.9 and -1.7, respectively. And then I exported this image to raster using 'export to raster'. But the max and ...
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how to create a heatmap in QGIS [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to create heatmap (concentration of points) in QGIS? I have seen various posts about creating heat maps in QGIS but I am still struggling to create exactly what I am ...
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Interpolation of 17 data points - temperature data

I have 17 location points here in Iceland: weatherstation points. It's a 10-year, month-to-month, composite of temperature values for each station which means 120 values for each station. 2040 values ...
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Change the image size in ARCGIS

I did interpolation operation on temperature and precipitation data. Output image size is 3300 (col) and 2550 (row). I have some NDVI images with size of 15456 (col) and 5074 (row). Generally, I want ...
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How to Create Contours for Zonation

I'm still new in the world of GIS. I'm currently doing some zonation with "test points." Each has its own coordinates and "P" value. I want to make contours of these data, to divide the whole area ...
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Which interpolation method is the most suitable for DEMs?

Which interpolation method is the best suitable for hill/valley areas and normal ground with undulations and rivers? When working with Aster 30mX30m DEMs, which method will give the most realistic ...
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Creating geodatabase from CSV using python

I have a file with weather data (daily) for multiple weather stations for multiple years. I am looking for some python script to automate the database creation process and its interpolation on a daily ...
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Spatial Interpolation Methods like PRISM

I am looking for some kind of software (free software) that allows me to make an interpolation like PRISM software. The interpolation used in PRISM is a local regression and accounts for ...
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How to handle interpolation of multiple (quality) tiers of irregular data?

I'm going to try to provide a high level overview of the issue - realizing that more details/info will be necessary - but I don't want to write a novel that seems too overwhelming for people to ...
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How to convert dbf to raster the short way?

I have got a dbf file and i want make it to raster file but shor way, Look at my long way, 1- First i add my dbf file 2- and i create tin http://i1211.photobucket.com/albums/cc421/mtnkou/2.jpg 3- ...
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How can I generate and publish raster images?

I have several hundred groups of data points (in lat/lng format). I want to generate heat maps for each group using kriging or similar interpolations and then display the generated raster images on a ...
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How to smooth/interpolate a raster in python using GDAL?

This is my first post so please feel free to critique where necessary. Background: I am developing in Python and using GDAL from OSGEO to manipulate and interact with rasters and shapefiles. ...
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What resampling technique should be used when projecting aerial photos?

I'm doing some time-intensive projecting of aerial photos, and I'm curious - what resampling technique is best to use on aerial photos? In ArcMap, my options are NEAREST, BILINEAR, CUBIC, and ...
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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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Ordinary kriging tools available in ArcGIS?

I have been using Geosoft's Target to interpolate X, Y coordinates then use them to create grids using ordinary kriging. I am now working with ArcGIS which I am new to and can't seem to be able to ...
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Interpolate undulations for given points using a geoid model

I have two databases, the first one (F.tsj) contains gps points: coordinates and ellipsoid heights and the second one is simply a geoid model where every line stores latitude, longitude, and ...
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Hand fit curve and then apply to time series of rasters, make a map. How?

Maybe a data management problem, not too sure, but likely a challenge which someone has dealt with before. I have a time series of rasters. I can summarise the information by taking averages of each ...