power model in spatial statisitcs

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power model in spatial statisitcs

aoygeo
I have try to use geostatistics as a tool for investigating spatial variation of soil properties, and several model in ILWIS are available including spherical, exponential or gaussian model, etc. to generate nugget sill and range parameters, but I am not familiar to power model which is no range parameter. This model can be use for kriging interpolation ? and how to interprete for degree of spatial dependency (nugget/sill ratio).

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Daniel Nüst - 52N
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Am 14/08/2015 um 11:30 schrieb aoygeo:
> I have try to use geostatistics as a tool for investigating spatial variation
> of soil properties, and several model in ILWIS are available including
> spherical, exponential or gaussian model, etc. to generate nugget sill and
> range parameters, but I am not familiar to power model which is no range
> parameter. This model can be use for kriging interpolation ? and how to
> interprete for degree of spatial dependency (nugget/sill ratio).
>
> ILWIS user

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Thanks!

/Daniel


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