What's new with Geostatistical Analyst 10.1

Discussion created by slynch-esristaff Employee on Aug 4, 2011
Latest reply on Jul 10, 2012 by pingette
The following two geostatistical interpolation methods are added:

Areal interpolation - This new spatial interpolation technique supports the frequent need to transfer data from one set of geographic areas to a set of different geographic areas. Having this capability helps to solve a significant problem for regional analysis because the data used are often from different sources that are collected in different areal units.

Empirical Bayesian Kriging (EBK) - Kriging is an important tool in geostatistics. Empirical Bayesian Kriging differs from other kriging methods in ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst by accounting for the error introduced by estimating the underlying semivariogram. It also simplifies the workflow by requiring minimal interactive steps from the end user.

The beta web site has a series of tasks that you can do to learn about these new capabilities.

Try out the new functionality and report your experiences, issues and questions here!

Steve Lynch