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I expect you've got something like this pic, and you are trying to find the difference between the OBServed and THEOretical. It's tempting to think we could compute the differences between the two curves, and get a p-value...but there is no table to look it up on. Ripley's K is a descriptive statistic, not an inferential one. The envelope function ...


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I extended Mark Janikas' work on interfacing R and ArcGIS. Specifically, I built an "R script to ArcGIS Toolbox converter." The user writes an annotated R script and loads it to an ArcMap add-in, which generates a ToolBox for the R script. The ToolBox can be used to load results to ArcMap. This is the work flow: And this is how the ArcMap add-in looks ...


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If your objective is to get straight line distances between your faults and your springs, I also recommend using the Linear Reference approach in addition to the Near tool. The Locate Features Along Routes tool provides additional information that the Near tool does not provide. It tells you the relative position along your fault where the point falls so ...


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You'll want to look through the Proximity toolset: Overview Specifically using Near to generate a Near Table. Once you have this table you'd be able to graph the relationships. Also play around with the Select by Location tools: with Python or with the Graphic User Interface Use these tools to explore what the relationship between your digitized ...



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