[R-sig-Geo] how to fit space-time variogram model
ben.graeler at uni-muenster.de
Tue Jun 4 16:15:16 CEST 2013
using the gstat package (preferably from r-forge), you might want to
take a look at ?variogramST to calculate a spatio-temporal sample
variogram surface and demo(stkrige) for fitting and visual inspection
On 02.06.2013 10:47, jason wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to carry out space-time (ST) kriging. I want to make ST ordinary
> kriging with sparse data set and I can get the STSDF object now. but i don't
> know how to fit the space-time variogram. Is there a way to plot temporal
> and spatial variogram separately, i read some papers which show these plots.
> In spatial kriging i can fit the variogram model by eye, i have no idea how
> to get the variogram when using temporal-spatio data.
> Thank you all in advance!
> With my best regards,
> East China Normal University
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