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Cokriging idea   ninooo18 m Feb 07, 2007
Re: Cokriging idea   Steve Lynch Feb 08, 2007
Re: Cokriging idea   ninooo18 m Feb 10, 2007
Re: Cokriging idea   Steve Lynch Feb 10, 2007
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Subject Cokriging idea 
Author ninooo18 m 
Date Feb 07, 2007 
Message OpenWare- Gis Group
When should I prefer CoKriging rather than Kriging and when I can I use it?

I need small sample code show me how to use CoKriging programmatically please…

Thanks a lot
 
   
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Subject Re: Cokriging idea 
Author Steve Lynch 
Date Feb 08, 2007 
Message Co kriging is available only in the Geostatistical Analyst. However, it is in the Geostatistical Wizard, which is not exposed for programming.

Kriging is available in Spatial Analyst for programming ( in IInterpolationOp2)

Steve Lynch
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Subject Re: Cokriging idea 
Author ninooo18 m 
Date Feb 10, 2007 
Message Thanks for your reply, but the thing I want to be sure about is:
There is no way to use CoKriging programmatically even if I add the suitable reference?
If so, I will use Kriging instead.

Thanks in all cases
 
   
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Subject Re: Cokriging idea 
Author Steve Lynch 
Date Feb 10, 2007 
Message In 9.2 you'll need to create a GA layer with cokriging using the Wizard (manually).
Then use Create GA Layer, Set Model Parameter, etc to change the cokriging parameters, see http://webhelp.esri.com/arcgisdesktop/9.2/index.cfm?TopicName=Create_Geostatistical_Layer_(Geostatistical_Analyst)

And all this can be done programatically via the IGeoprocessor interface. However, the first GA layer must be created manually.

Cheers
Steve Lynch
ESRI