# Questions tagged [geostatistics]

Statistical modeling and analysis of georeferenced data, often modeling spatial covariance. An example is kriging.

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### How could I even try to analyze map data? [closed]

I have a situation where I'm trying to analyze how users interact with maps. Here's an example to illustrate: Below is an image of Google maps after searching for Chicago, IL pizza. Now, say that I ...
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### Temporal Variogram

Can we compute temporal variograms just like spatial variograms? I know about spatio-temporal variograms but I am more interested in doing a comparison of separate spatial and temporal variograms and ...
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### How much data do I need in spatial hotspot analysis?

I'm now doing a project about spatial hotspot analysis. I read many literatures, however, I can't find any papers tell how they determine the data size they used. I mean, suppose we have crime ...
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### How do you interpret this variogram?

Description: 8000 spatial data points spanned over an entire state 200 bins are used My question: Is the variogram telling something about the nature of the data? Why is it fluctuating? Should I do ...
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### What is the best procedure to detrend data without loosing its anisotropy?

I wand to detrend some spatial data "A" with respect to two parameter "B&C". What is the best procedure to detrend A without loosing its anisotropy. Theoretically values of "A" should be ...
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### How to generate distance variable using street addresses [closed]

I have data of sold apartments. There is a street address for every apartment and I would like to generate a new variable that tells the distance from the train station. There are over thousand units ...
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### Stationarity assumption for a point process

as I understand stationarity of a point process implies that it is invariant under translation. Imagine one has numerous realizations of the same point process. Due to the nature of this process, it ...
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### What is the difference between accounting for anisotropy and trend removal when performing Kriging?

Without being geostatistician, I read a bit about anisotropy detection, mostly from ArcGIS documentation and the R gstat package tutorial. But still, it is hard to have a confident understanding of ...
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### How to test for correlation between two weather station's data

I have about 15 weather stations, separated by quite a bit of kilometers. The data in these stations are the same for all, so is the resolution (daily). I want to try and find which of the stations ...
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