Define Geo statistics, Advanced Statistics

Geo statistics: The body of methods useful for understanding and modelling spatial variability in a course of interest. Central to these techniques is the idea that measurements taken at the locations close together tend to be more alike than the values observed at the locations farther apart. 

 

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