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Here are a few things I want to point out: To assign variables you should use the = operator instead of the == operator (which is a comparison operator). There is no need to specify int nor str. You can refactor your code as you are assigning 0 and 40 multiple times. Your code could look something like: if previousCrop == "Alfalfa: >5 plants/square ...


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Taking a look at the Kriging tool's documentation I see that "ORDINARY" is not an option for the semi-variogram type in the KrigingModelOrdinary class. SPHERICAL — Spherical semivariogram model. This is the default. CIRCULAR — Circular semivariogram model. EXPONENTIAL — Exponential semivariogram model. GAUSSIAN — Gaussian (or normal distribution) ...


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I'm not sure I fully understand your data, so this might be off the mark. While it is unusual for a variogram to continue to decrease at successively higher lags, it is not impossible. Consider for example a situation where most of the highest batting averages are concentrated in one area, for example in or around the centre of the city. Lag distances up ...


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The equation can be put in this way: a*x + b*x*x so your case would be: 1600000*x + 19202*x*x Hopefully sometime in near future it accepts ^ to express power.


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