[R] determination of the number of lags
o.christensen at lancaster.ac.uk
Tue May 28 13:10:36 CEST 2002
To my knowledge there is no ``correct'' way to construct an empirical
1. max.dist = 0.5 * max dist between pairs of locations. Because the
variogram starts becoming unstable at larger distances.
2. Make sure that you have sufficient number of pairs at each lag (say,
I would play a bit around with the specification of lags to see how much
the variogram depended on the choice of lags.
CELINE RONDEY wrote:
> Dear all,
> I wish use the "est.variogram" function under R.
> My question concerns the determination of number of lags.
> To make this calculation, i determined the biggest and the smallest
> distance between 2 pairs of points.
> I built the following tolerance : tol=mindistance/2 and i defined 1 lag as
> : 1lag=mindist+tol.
> Then i made a buckle the step of stop of which the maximal distance.
> But, i don't known if this method is correct.
> So, my question is :
> How to determine num.lag correctly?
> Thanks in advance for all kind of help.
> Céline RONDEY
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Ole F. Christensen
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
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Lancaster, LA1 4YF, England
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