I've some questions about wavelet analysis.
As I may quote:
"...it identifies the intensity of pattern and the scale(s) at which
this is expressed. Moreover, wavelets are robust to anisotropy and
nonstationarity in the data, as well as appreciable levels of noise
(Dale and Mah, 1998)."
How does a wavelet analysis compare to a geostatistical one, let's say a
semivariance analysis. Given the fact that you don't have to deal with
anisotropy and the set condition of stationarity?
What's the catch or what didn't I read?
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