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  • ...Kriging is always the same. Watch out for Volume 2 of Practical Geostatistics -- PG2001. Lots of explanations there. Isobel Clark drisobelclark@^$1 http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark Isobel Clark ____________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo...
    Isobel Clark Nov 1, 2000
  • ************************************************************** This list has moved. Please see the end of this message for instructions. ************************************************************** Must be a symptom of getting old, but I think we should all say a great big thanks to Jeff Wolfe for all the efforts over the last 5 years! Virtual roses to Jeff and to Gregoire...
    Isobel Clark Nov 1, 2000
  • ...thanks. Brian Gray Deepest apologies. I was unaware that the geocities sites were case sensitive!! Link is: http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark/resume/Publications.html Just when I think I've mastered this Web stuff it turns around and does something different! You can get...
    Isobel Clark Oct 30, 2000
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  • ...you could do a few repeats to see if this makes a lot of difference. References for MUCK can be found at http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark/resume/publications.html ======================= Some packages (including EcoSSe) define 'distance' in a specified module which...
    Isobel Clark Oct 28, 2000
  • > Thanks for your advice on iron ore deposit. I have > a further quiery to you on the same subject. The semi-variogram should always be calculated on your basic core section length. Represent a block (discretisation) by four 'points' in the vertical direction when it is estimated. All software which does block estimation should allow you to specify the number of points in each...
    Isobel Clark Oct 27, 2000
  • ...desperate I published a program in Computers and Geosciences in 1977 (I think). The reference will be in http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark/resume/publications.html It was called SNARK and was for 3-d data. Trend Surface Analysis is basically just ordinary least squares...
    Isobel Clark Oct 26, 2000
  • ...conceptual weights, then you probably need something like "soft kriging" with a Bayesian input. Isobel Clark http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark ____________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @^$1 address at http://mail.yahoo.co...
    Isobel Clark Oct 25, 2000
  • ...to leave something for Volume 2! Check it out at http://geoecosse.bizland.com and the book software at http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark/PG2000_demo.html. Isobel Clark ____________________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @^$1 address...
    Isobel Clark Oct 20, 2000
  • ...sets are also freely available to anyone -- even cheapskates who won't buy the book. Check this out at http://uk.geocities.com/drisobelclark/PG2000_demo.html There is also information on the Contents of the book and a rough copy of Chapter 1 on the same site. The old...
    Isobel Clark Oct 18, 2000