chapter  29
Using Extended Exploratory Data Analysis for the Selection of an Appropriate Interpolation Model
ByFelix Bucher
Pages 14

Over the past years, environmental scientists have been increasingly using spatial data and respective technologies for its processing, such as geographical infomation systems (GIS) and remote sensing technology. A major information type in environmental sciences as well as in spatial data processing is data describing continuous fields. Data describing (random) continuous fields consist of a series of samples at fixed spatial and temporal locations, e.g., as point values or as aggregations over certain areas and/or time intervals.