... You can shake the (imaginary) bottle with all sample locations, from which you are going to randomly pick the ones for your sample. This makes the samplesNov 28, 2003 1 of 3View SourceRuben Roa Ureta wrote:
>Yes, that is a nice comment. However, you cannot shake natural populationYou can shake the (imaginary) bottle with all sample locations, from
>to destroy the mechanisms that determine their functioning and make them
>random. I gotta go now, or else I miss the soccer game!
are going to randomly pick the ones for your sample. This makes the samples
perfectly independent (although not in the geostatistical, model-based
Model-free estimation from Spatial Samples: a reappraisal of classical
theory; J. de Gruijter and C. ter Braak, Math.Geol. 22(4), 407-415,
and follow-up articles by D. Brus et al. in Math.Geol. or Environmetrics.
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