GEOSTATS: Snowfall Statistics
- Since I am new to this type of analysis, if someone
could give me a hand, that'd be great.
My problem is this:
I have 2 surface grids in 3D space (made up of
rectangular patches), one with 318 nodes and one with
375 nodes. Each grid represents 2 different land
surfaces, but both grids have the same general shape
and size (they've been scaled appropriately).
The nodes do not have a 1 to 1 correspondance, i.e.
node #1 on grid 1 does not correspond to node #1 on
grid 2, but they are in the same general area
I have snowfall data for each node on both grids. The
snow fall data for each node is the *average* snowfall
for the past 20 years at that node. I have access to
all of the data that was used to calculate the average
My question is:
1. How do I show that the grids have statistically the
same or different amount of snow fall? I am more
interested in the actual numerical method, rather than
just an answer of "Use ANOVA"!
2. Can I use the solution method from question 1 to
compare different areas on the grids? I would divide
each grid into 9 sections to compare, say, the top
3. Is there some generic software to do this for me?
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