Re: [R] Variogram problem

From: ONKELINX, Thierry <>
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:50:31 +0200


I think you better have a look at the gstat package.


HTH, Thierry

ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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Van: [] Namens Fritier Nicolas
Verzonden: dinsdag 29 april 2008 9:53
Onderwerp: [R] Variogram problem


I'm french and I have some difficulties in carry out the semiones under R
with an aim to carry out an interpolation by krigeage. My goal is to obtain
a chart of the distribution of precipitations/temperatures in Europe starting from 73 different stations (and, of course, distributed irregularly
on the chart, where use of the krigeage). Here, I carried out this to test
to obtain semivariogram spherical by groping:

y<-Variogram(cs1,2628) #2628 corresponding to the " distance" described in
l' helps, that is to say the number of station* (the number of station -1)

But there does not go it misses apparently much d' information. Having begun under R for approximately one month, I have not controlled all his language yet, I am completely lost. Thank you for your answers, your assistance would facilitate the task largely to me!

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