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Methods of spatial interpolation

As we have seen in other “Spatial analysis” series tutorials, lots of archaeological data are spatial: think about a map describing the results of a survey, or the plan of an excavated household. However, once such maps are done, little remains to do.

It's not the same if you have collected samples. You should find a way to interpolate the measures taken on the samples so that the whole of your surface can be investigated.

We'll be using GRASS and R in this tutorial.




spatial_analysis/methods_of_interpolation.txt · Last modified: 2012/11/30 09:59 (external edit)