Re: [ai-geostats] Biased sampling spatial relationship
It might be true if you are working with regular data where the head of
one pair will be the tail of the next pair. But even here the tail of the
first pair in any row or column won't correspond to any other data value.
It is not definitely true for irregular data where there is no
I would suggest to take a look at ch 4. of Isaaks and ...
On Thu, 2 Jun 2005, Reza Nazarian wrote:
> Dear Experts
> To understand semivariograms in case of biased sampling, could you please
> explain me what is arithmetic mean of the first data points and arithmetic
> mean of the second data points within data pairs for a particular lag
> distance. ( I am reading the book: Applied Geostatistics for Reservoir
> Characterization;Mohan Kelkar...,2002,page 68)
> I need to know why they may be different. I was thinking if there are pairs
> of data, either first point of the pair or second point of the pair will be
> the same in number and if a sample could be the first point of the pair, it
> would be the second also in another place of the calculation chain and the
> mean of both first and second points in data pairs if we calculate them
> separately show the same mean because they are at the end the same???
> Please advise
> Very Best Regards
> Reza Nazarian