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How does the Geostatistical Wizard (Kriging) handle coincidental samples?

Question asked by jkrimm on May 21, 2015
Latest reply on May 22, 2015 by jkrimm

When using empirical bayesian kriging on data, that has multiple samples present at the same location, the Geostatistical Wizard asks, if I want to use the max / min / mean value or if I want to "include all". Can anyone please elaborate on the difference between "including all" data compared to using, for example, a mean value?

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