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Binary spatial data grid

  1. Jul 29, 2006 #1

    Just working on an environmental project about vegetation mapping. I've got a regular grid of points with percentage of plants for each points. I've intepolated the different percentage values to produce distribution maps for each plant.
    Anyway, now i wonder what i can do if instead of using percentage values i just use presence/absence value for each plants. I've heard about probability kriging to make some sort of probability map.
    What should i hope if i use this method ?
    Any other idea ?

    Thanx in advance

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