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# R-FILE TEMPLATE FOR GEO 503 LABS
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# E.-H. Enki Yoo
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# Copy this file into your working directory C:\Workspace, rename it as, say, lab01.r, and use it as a template (i.e., append the appropriate R commands) to complete each of your Lab assignments.
# Question #1
print('* Question #1 *')
print('Metal is primarily distributed at the area where coordinate x is between 0 and 100 and coordinate y is between 0 and 280.')
print('Please See code')
#Code
#ws =read.table('walkerLake_sample.txt',header=TRUE)
#
Geog 503. Practical Geostatistics
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Basic R Operations
Turn in R scripts as well as the answers of the following questions. Download the script le from UBlearns/Course Documents/Lab/labTemplate.R, and copy it into your working directory (due on 09/13).
Geog 503. Practical Geostatistics
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Univariate Statistics
Functions : read.table, points.geodata, hist, summary, sort, approx, runif, qqplot, rnorm, stem Data Files: walkerLake sample.txt You will be putting in practice most of the concepts discussed in
Geog 503. Spatial Uncertainty Analysis
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Monte Carlo method
Consider the following equation quantifying the dose D of tetrachloroethylene (in an individual as a function of other pertinent variables: C IR ED BW AT
mg kg day
) received by
D=
where C: den
Geog 503. Practical Geostatistics
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Structural Analysis of regular 1D sequences
1. Consider the following n = 20 equidistant data values (assume the spacing = 1 unit) recorded along a transect of length 20 units: 24575354356876457352 Let z denote the ro