Interpolate

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Description

Make a RasterLayer with interpolated values using a fitted model object of classes such as 'gstat' (gstat package) or 'Krige' (fields package). That is, these are models that have location ('x' and 'y', or 'longitude' and 'latitude') as independent variables. If x and y are the only independent variables provide an empty (no associated data in memory or on file) RasterLayer for which you want predictions. If there are more spatial predictor variables provide these as a Raster* object in the first argument of the function. If you do not have x and y locations as implicit predictors in your model you should use predict instead.

Usage

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## S4 method for signature 'Raster'
interpolate(object, model, filename="", fun=predict, xyOnly=TRUE,
   xyNames=c('x', 'y'), ext=NULL, const=NULL, index=1, na.rm=TRUE, debug.level=1, ...)

Arguments

object

Raster* object

model

model object

filename

character. Output filename (optional)

fun

function. Default value is 'predict', but can be replaced with e.g. 'predict.se' (depending on the class of the model object)

xyOnly

logical. If TRUE, values of the Raster* object are not considered as co-variables; and only x and y (longitude and latitude) are used. This should match the model

xyNames

character. variable names that the model uses for the spatial coordinates. E.g., c('longitude', 'latitude')

ext

Extent object to limit the prediction to a sub-region of x

const

data.frame. Can be used to add a constant for which there is no Raster object for model predictions. This is particulary useful if the constant is a character-like factor value

index

integer. To select the column if 'predict.model' returns a matrix with multiple columns

na.rm

logical. Remove cells with NA values in the predictors before solving the model (and return NA for those cells). In most cases this will not affect the output. This option prevents errors with models that cannot handle NA values

debug.level

for gstat models only. See ?

...

additional arguments passed to the predict.'model' function

Value

Raster* object

See Also

predict, predict.gstat, Tps

Examples

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## Not run: 
## Thin plate spline interpolation with x and y only
# some example data
r <- raster(system.file("external/test.grd", package="raster"))
ra <- aggregate(r, 10)
xy <- data.frame(xyFromCell(ra, 1:ncell(ra)))
v <- getValues(ra)

#### Thin plate spline model
library(fields) 
tps <- Tps(xy, v)
p <- raster(r)

# use model to predict values at all locations
p <- interpolate(p, tps)
p <- mask(p, r)

plot(p)
## change the fun from predict to fields::predictSE to get the TPS standard error
se <- interpolate(p, tps, fun=predictSE)
se <- mask(se, r)
plot(se)

## another variable; let's call it elevation
elevation <- (init(r, 'x') * init(r, 'y')) / 100000000
names(elevation) <- 'elev'
elevation <- mask(elevation, r)

z <- extract(elevation, xy)

# add as another independent variable
xyz <- cbind(xy, z)
tps2 <- Tps(xyz, v)
p2 <- interpolate(elevation, tps2, xyOnly=FALSE)

# as a linear coveriate
tps3 <- Tps(xy, v, Z=z)

# Z is a separate argument in Krig.predict, so we need a new function
# Internally (in interpolate) a matrix is formed of x, y, and elev (Z)

pfun <- function(model, x, ...) {
   predict(model, x[,1:2], Z=x[,3], ...)
}
p3 <- interpolate(elevation, tps3, xyOnly=FALSE, fun=pfun)

#### gstat examples
library(gstat)
data(meuse)

## inverse distance weighted (IDW)
r <- raster(system.file("external/test.grd", package="raster"))
data(meuse)
mg <- gstat(id = "zinc", formula = zinc~1, locations = ~x+y, data=meuse, 
            nmax=7, set=list(idp = .5))
z <- interpolate(r, mg)
z <- mask(z, r)

## kriging
coordinates(meuse) <- ~x+y
projection(meuse) <- projection(r)

## ordinary kriging
v <- variogram(log(zinc)~1, meuse)
m <- fit.variogram(v, vgm(1, "Sph", 300, 1))
gOK <- gstat(NULL, "log.zinc", log(zinc)~1, meuse, model=m)
OK <- interpolate(r, gOK)

# examples below provided by Maurizio Marchi
## universial kriging
vu <- variogram(log(zinc)~elev, meuse)
mu <- fit.variogram(vu, vgm(1, "Sph", 300, 1))
gUK <- gstat(NULL, "log.zinc", log(zinc)~elev, meuse, model=mu)
names(r) <- 'elev'
UK <- interpolate(r, gUK, xyOnly=FALSE)

## co-kriging
gCoK <- gstat(NULL, 'log.zinc', log(zinc)~1, meuse)
gCoK <- gstat(gCoK, 'elev', elev~1, meuse)
gCoK <- gstat(gCoK, 'cadmium', cadmium~1, meuse)
gCoK <- gstat(gCoK, 'copper', copper~1, meuse)
coV <- variogram(gCoK)
plot(coV, type='b', main='Co-variogram')
coV.fit <- fit.lmc(coV, gCoK, vgm(model='Sph', range=1000))
coV.fit
plot(coV, coV.fit, main='Fitted Co-variogram')
coK <- interpolate(r, coV.fit)
plot(coK)

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