Interpolation Sets Element
Collection of one or more Interpolation Set
For serial or spatial filling the output is optional. When the first interpolation action is serial or
spatial filling the input is copied to the output before starting the actions. In this case the locations and value types of
the output series should be the same
as the locations and type of the input series. For spatial generation you can transform between grids and scalars.
When you specify multiple input grids you have to specify the same number of output grids
When the input is the same as the output only specify the time series set.
This is not allowed for spatial series creation
For backwards compatibility the output equals the input when the output is not specified.
When the input is the same as the output it is better to specify timeSeriesSet instead of timeSeriesInputSet
obsolete, output set including grid geometry, it is better to specify the grid geometries
in the region config
Settings for Serial Interpolation
fill with default value, linear and block interpolation. extrapolation.
Settings for Spatial Interpolation
Option to choose between the filling of missing values or the generation of new series.
Variogram information
Number of stations in interpolation computation, when distance function is used the closest number of stations is used. If not used then 8
Elevation above which regression is required
Minimum value allowed, if not used then -999.99
Coefficients G1 to G4 of function DistanceGeographic. Defaults to (1,1,0,0)
Debug information for interpolation model
The coordinates are multiplied
by the scaling factor before they are passed to a interpolation routine. This is especially
useful for for
the renka and cline triangulation in combination with splines. To calculate the splines
correctly the z values
should have the same scale as the x, y values
NOT USED ANY MORE -DEPRECATED Use instead basinCoordinateGroupId Location of coordinate file.
NOT USED ANY MORE -DEPRECATED, redundant configuration
option to specify how to select the stations in interpolation computation. For backward compatibility,
searchCriteria = 1 (default) or nothing specified means search for stations nearest to the interpolated point.
SearchCriteria = 2, search for number of stations/4 per quadrant. i.e. if number of stations=8, then search for 2 stations +x+y quadrant, 2 stations +x-y quadrant etc.
searchCriteria = 3, same as 1 but now the height is ignored in the distance calculation. Pur java implementation is used, up to 6 times faster.
meters. option to specify the search radius for the support locations. Default = 100000000.
Variogram options
Type of variogram
Nugget of variogram (C0)
Slope of variogram (C1)
Sill of variogram to be used in case of all variograms except Linear (C1)
Range of variogram in meters (a)
The coefficients G1 to G4 of function DistanceGeographic. Defaults (1,1,0,0)
Number for setting the level of debug generation, 0 = no debug information, 1 = some information, 2 ..etc = more information
Debug file
fill with default value, linear and block interpolation. extrapolation.
krigging ...
uses the source location or grid cell that is closest to the destination location or grid cell.
Only allowed in combination with series filling. All other spatial options are ignored
Calculates the sum of the off all input grid cells, polygons or points,
that are in the output grid cell or polygon.
When a grid cell or polygon is partially in the output grid cell or polygon
the percentage of the input area inside the output area is multiplied with the input value.
Only allowed in combination with series filling. All other spatial options are ignored
NOT YET IMPLEMENTED FEATURES
support for irregular grid input
support for polygon input
Calculates the weighted average of the off all input grid cells, polygons or points,
that are in the output grid cell or polygon.
When a grid cell or polygon is partially in the output grid cell or polygon
the percentage of the input area inside the output area is multiplied with the input value.
Only allowed in combination with series filling. All other spatial options are ignored
NOT YET IMPLEMENTED FEATURES
support for irregular grid input
support for polygon input
Calculates the weighted average of the off all input grid cells, polygons or points,
that are in the output grid cell or polygon and multiplies them with the areas of the output polygons or output grid cells.
When a grid cell or polygon is partially in the output grid cell or polygon
the percentage of the input area inside the output area is multiplied with the input value.
Only allowed in combination with series filling. All other spatial options are ignored
NOT YET IMPLEMENTED FEATURES
support for irregular grid input
support for irregular grid output
support for polygon input
Type of interpolation
Only used for renka and cline triangulation
Type of values
Type of variogram
give the cell points locations (which refers to the exact row and col of the grid
Each point element has two required attributes, X and Y that point to a Row and Col of the a Grid.