# [R] help with kriging interpolation

Mohammed Ouassou mohammed.ouassou at statkart.no
Fri Apr 5 08:49:58 CEST 2013

```Hei,

Non-parametric linear spatial interpolation algorithm Ordinary Kriging
using geoR package

library(geoR)

# 1. Create a geodata object (wMatrix contains coords and data
my_geoData <- as.geodata(wMatrix, coords.col=1:2, data.col=3);

# 2. Create a variogram objects .
my_variog <- variog(my_geoData , estimator.type = c("modulus"),
max.dist= 28, uvec=seq(0,60,by=3 ), messages=FALSE);

# 3. Try to delete all dupl. in you data
my_dup =  dup.coords(my_geoData\$coords);

# 4. Parameter Estimation: sill, range and the nugget
# Use MLE or WLS (?likfit  OR ?variofit)

reml <- likfit(my_geoData, cov.model = "wave",  trend =
"cte",ini=c(my_sigmaSqrt,my_phi), fix.nugget=T,
nugget=my_nygget,lik.method = "REML",messages=F);

wls <- variofit(my_variog, ini = c(0.185, 4.05), cov.model = "mat", kap
= .5, fix.nugget=T,nug = my_nygget);

# IMPORTENT : before calling    variofit() OR likfit()
# eyefit() to get appropriate init. value and covariance
#  function

# 5. Perform geostatistical spatial interpolation Ord. Krig (OK)
#  myPredArea: can be a single point  OR a matrix
ordKrig <- krige.conv(my_geoData,
locations=myPredArea,krige=krige.control(obj.m=wls, type.krige = "ok"));

# 6.  Get the predicted value and corresponding variance.
ok_pred  <- cbind(myPredArea,ordKrig\$predict, ordKrig\$krige.var);

Mohammed Ouassou

On to., 2013-04-04 at 00:37 -0700, Jeff Newmiller wrote:
> I am no expert on kriging, but I do know that your question desperately needs a reproducible example  that illustrates the actual problem you are encountering.
>
>  http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5963269/how-to-make-a-great-r-reproducible-example
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> Alfred Oswago <numeros2005 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> >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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