| Numerical Analysis
Spherekit is an integrated toolkit for spatial interpolation and comparison of spatial interpolation algorithms. It
is UNIX-based and includes a complete graphical user interface (GUI). It uses Generic Mapping Tools (GMT)
for display of interpolated fields. The package features several unique capabilities:
- Large-scale interpolation --- Spherekit permits interpolation over continental or global scales because its computations are bas>
spherical distances and orientations.
- Smart interpolation --- Spherekit permits the user to incorporate knowledge or information about the processes that produced the
- Error analysis --- The resulting
error field can be displayed either at the data points or interpolated to a regular grid, to reduce any spatial biases.
Error difference fields, comparing a pair of methods, can be easily displayed.
Current Version: ??
License Type: Free
Source Code Availability:
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: No
GMT Display library, Tcl/Tk GUI (Version 7.* of Tcl and Version 4.* of Tk),
Fortran and C compilers, Ghostview for viewing
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