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How to create a vertical interpolated surface?

Question asked by dzcunnin on Sep 12, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 12, 2018 by Dan_Patterson

I'm not sure if I am just using the available tools incorrectly or there currently is no tool available that can solve my problem, but I will try to explain my problem the best I can;


So I have performed an ERT servery to acquire various resistivity values at depth along a straight survey line. I have a point file along the line where the electrodes were located with measured values directly below these points, giving me a vertically oriented 2D array of points. What I am trying to do is interpolate a raster surface between these points to essentially create a cross-section raster that displays the variation in resistivity with respect to depth.


If the explanation of what I am trying to do does not make any sense, the output I am trying to achieve looks like the inversion image on the ERT Wikipedia page (Electrical resistivity tomography - Wikipedia ). 


I have tried the various interpolation tools available in ArcScene, but they can't return a vertically oriented raster.


I have included one of the data sets i'm trying to interpolate if you want to try something out.


If anyone has a suggestion on what to try or where I might be going wrong I would be very appreciative!