[R-sig-Geo] range from fit.variogram
edzer.pebesma at uni-muenster.de
Wed Apr 21 21:44:11 CEST 2010
That is right, Mark; the adjustment factor is dependent on the model
used (Gaussian, it seems, in your case); e.g. for the exponential it
would be 3 * a. And of course depends also on how you define practical
range in the cases where the variogram reaches the sill asymptotically.
Mark Connolly wrote:
> I think the range determined by fit.variogram is not the "practical"
> range as mentioned in Applied Spatial Data Analysis with R. Do I have
> this right? To get the range used for interpolation, I adjust the range
> (eg. 3^0.5 * range)?
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