Kriging |

Kriging is an advanced geostatistical method, used to estimate a surface from a scattered set of elevation data points. Unlike deterministic interpolation methods, Kriging is based on statistical models that include autocorrelation - the statistical relationships among the source data. This gives Kriging the capability of measuring the certainty or accuracy of its predictions.
To calculate an elevation at a given point, Kriging fits a mathematical function to a specified number of points, or to all points within a specified radius.
General Settings
Advanced Settings
Specialized options are available in the Advanced Settings tab to customize the statistical model used to calculate elevations. A full description of these settings is beyond the scope of this document. |