hello I have spatial point data comprising azimuth direction values (direction from north in clockwise direction). I want to interpolate these data. But thereMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 30, 2003View Sourcehello
I have spatial point data comprising azimuth direction values
(direction from north in clockwise direction).
I want to interpolate these data. But there is a
problem. Azimuth values are circular.
For instance, Although 1 deg and 359 deg are nearly same direction,
an interpolation procedure puts some data between 1 and 359.
So I have very false results.
What may be a good idea to interpolate in correct way ?
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