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Geostatistics analysis for non-geographic data in ArcGIS

Question asked by wz1416 on Apr 13, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 14, 2015 by wz1416

Hi All,


I am a biologist. Currently, I am trying to use a geostatistics algorithm (kriging algorithm) to analyze my experimental data - to illustrate how protein behaves and functions in the Cellular 'geographic map'. So I don't have latitude and longitude values, instead, I have a set of (X,Y,Z) data indicating different function of a protein at different cellular locations. The scale of the (X,Y) is quite different from latitude and longitude. The question I am asking is - can I analyze non-latitude and longitude value in the Arcmap software? How can I do that?