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Practical Geostatistics: Modeling and Spatial Analysis (with CD-ROM) ePub download

by Simon W. Houlding

  • Author: Simon W. Houlding
  • ISBN: 3540668209
  • ISBN13: 978-3540668206
  • ePub: 1636 kb | FB2: 1479 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Publisher: Springer; Har/Cdr edition (August 17, 2000)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 640
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Practical Geostatistics: Modeling and Spatial Analysis (with CD-ROM) ePub download

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A spatial analysis of variance uses the spatial dependence among the observations to modify the usual inference . Semivariogram modelling and spatial by with distance indices showed that corn rootworm adults were significantly (P < . 5).

A spatial analysis of variance uses the spatial dependence among the observations to modify the usual inference procedures associated with a statistical linear model. When spatial correlation is present, the usual tests for presence of treatment effects may no longer be valid, and erroneous conclusions may result from assuming that the usual F ratios are F distributed. This is demonstrated using. a spatial analysis of soil-water infiltration data.

In practice, application of geostatistical theory requires an integrated toolbox of statistical, geostatistical, spatial analysis and visualization techniques.

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Houlding has clearly committed considerable time and resources to organizing the information so that it can . This CDROM + book is a special document in the world of the geostatistical literature.

The relatively few equations that are included are basic to the discipline and easy enough to follow.

Spatial Analysis & Modeling Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS Digital Image Processing Enterprise GIS .

Spatial Analysis & Modeling Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS Digital Image Processing Enterprise GIS techniques GIS for Business and Service Planning (Theory 50 + Project 50) GIS for Urban and Regional Planning (Theory 50 + Project 50) GIS for Environmental Management (Theory 50 + Project 50). 100 100 100 100 100. 100. 10. Reference Books: 1 Simon W. Houlding, (2000) Practical Geostatistics: Modeling and Spatial Analysis, Springer, Berlin 2 Ricardo A. Olea (1999) Geostatistics for Engineers and Earth Scientist, Kluwer. Academic Publishers, Boston 3 Richard Webstar and Margaret A. Oliver : Geostatistics for Environmental Scientists

Practical Geostatistics : Modeling and Spatial Analysis. by Simon W. Houlding.

Practical Geostatistics : Modeling and Spatial Analysis. Select Format: CD-ROM. Practical Geostatistics approaches the application of geostatistical theory to subsurface characterization using an integrated toolbox of statistical, geostatistical, spatial analysis and visualization techniques. It describes the data structures required, through a discussion of the concepts, theory and application, right up to a qualification of the end results.

Geostatistics: Modeling Spatial Uncertainty (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics). Stochastic modeling and geostatistics: principles, methods, and case studies. Jean-Paul Chiles, Pierre Delfiner. 1 Mb. Practical Geostatistics. Jeffrey M. Yarus, Richard L. Chambers. 3. 9 Mb. Stochastic modeling and geostatistics: principles, methods, and case studies, volume II. T. C. Coburn.

Spatial Analysis: Statistics, Visualization, and Computational Methods . Including a CD-ROM with colour images printed in B&W in the book itself.

Spatial Analysis: Statistics, Visualization, and Computational Methods incorporates traditional statistical methods, spatial statistics, visualization, and computational methods and algorithms to provide a concept-based problem-solving learning approach to mastering practical spatial analysis. Topics covered include: spatial descriptive methods, hypothesis testing, spatial regression, hot spot analysis, geostatistics, spatial modeling, and data science. Описание: Including a CD-ROM with colour images printed in B&W in the book itself.

The spatial continuity of the random variables is described by a model of spatial . Several reference books provide a comprehensive overview of the discipline. Multiple-point geostatistics: modeling with training images.

The spatial continuity of the random variables is described by a model of spatial continuity that can be either a parametric function in the case of variogram-based geostatistics, or have a non-parametric form when using other methods such as multiple-point simulation or pseudo-genetic techniques  . Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, 364 p. ^ Hansen, . Tarantola, A. and Mosegaard, K. (2006).

Practical Geostatistics approaches the application of geostatistical theory to subsurface characterization using an integrated toolbox of statistical, geostatistical, spatial analysis and visualization techniques. It describes the data structures required, through a discussion of the concepts, theory and application, right up to a qualification of the end results. The linked, hypertext document structure facilitates the integration of theoretical discussion with detailed worked examples and numerous color images of computer visualization. It also allows multi-level progression through practical geostatistics at a general, theoretical, application or interactive review level, with numerous links in between. The document structure facilitates access using standard Web browser technology on any computer platform.
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I just received, it is a library copy, and of course it is old. So I don't mind the wear on it. The lessons appear well structured and clear. Will update when I have work with it.
Gadar
Practical Geostatistics breaks new ground in providing excellent interactive media to supplement the text. In fact, there is more information in the hyperlinked text on the enclosed CD then there is in the text book. The CD is full of colorful 2-D and 3-D renderings and visualizations of various example data sets. Regretfully, the text focuses more on the visualization techniques then on the art of evaluating spatial data. There is little or no discussion of the mathematical concepts behind geostatistics. The worked examples show excellent summary visualizations for the provided data sets, but do not walk the reader through the processes of semi-variogram analysis, cross-validation, kriging, or stochastic simulation. I would recommend this book as a reference for someone interested in presenting geostatistical data evaluations using informative visualization techniques. If the reader is interested in aquiring an understanding of geostatistic, I would instead recommend the texts by I.Clark, P.K.Kitanidis, or C.Deutsch and A.Journel.
Agarus
This CDROM + book is a special document in the world of the geostatistical literature.
First, it is an interactive document full of illustration, easy to read and navigate. Second, the philosophy is not to emphasize the mathematical aspects but more to demonstrate the importance of taking into account the complex geometrical structure of the geological bodies into succesfull geostatistical studies. Of course, the basics of the theory are presented, but this is also available with much more details in other recent books (see Geostatistics : Modeling Spatial Uncertainty by Chiles and Delfiner for a complete excellent reference). Third, the CDROM demonstrate the application of the approach on real complex cases (2 mining, 1 soil pollution and 1 tunnelling projects) where the geometry of the layers, faults and bodies is controling the processes. Last, all the data sets are provided.
In summary, if you want to see how geostatistics can be applied in real situations, this is the book you need.
Nalmergas
The author does not show how to test for spatial dependence between measured values in an ordered set by applying Fisher's F-test to the variance of the set and the first variance term of the ordered set. What also went missing in this text is the fundamental concept of degrees of freedom.
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