[R] help with kriging interpolation

Jon Olav Skoien jon.skoien at jrc.ec.europa.eu
Thu Apr 4 13:56:59 CEST 2013

I am not sure which soil example you refer to (meuse?), but it should 
anyway be fairly easy to get a single interpolation, just give a single 
point as the prediction location. The easiest is probably to start with 
the automap package or the intamap package, where the variogram fitting 
etc is done automatically. If this doesnt work out, you have to describe 
better what you are looking for.

You will usually get more answers to questions about geostatistics on 
the r-sig-geo mailinglist.


On 04-Apr-13 7:09, Alfred Oswago wrote:
> All,
>   I am new to using R and know some basics.  I wish to use kriging in R to
> do the following:
> given  data Y =f(X1,X2,X3,.....,Xn) --1000+ irregular measured data set.
> I would like to be able to get a single value  y given  sinle input set
> (x1,x2,x3,...xn)
> A google search on this takes me lierally to the same example on involving
> analysis with soil sampling and I cannot figure out how to extract single
> point interpolant.
> Any examples or pointers appreciated,
> Numeris.
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