Use this to set options and select output to be generated for kriging.

## Display

Description |
Description of data |

Search |
Results of search for data around each position kriged |

Weights |
Weights at each position |

Monitor |
Formation and inversion of kriging matrices for each position |

Data |
Prints the data |

Graphs |
Plot the predictions and/or their variances using the settings in |

## Drift

Specifies whether to use universal kriging. The Constant setting gives ordinary kriging and setting this option to **Linear** or to **Quadratic** will give universal kriging of order 1 or 2, respectively.

## Bounds

Specifies the outer X and Y bounds of the region to be examined.

## Search

This option is only enabled when the power model and an anisotropic form (Burgess or Geometric) of the variogram has been selected. If the variation is defined to be anisotropic then this option can be used to specify whether an **Isotropic** or **Anisotropic** search is applied in the algorithm.

## Radius

Maximum distance between target point in block and usable data.

## Number of steps for integration

Specifies the number of steps in each direction for the numerical integration.

## Maximum data points

Maximum number of data points for the kriging system.

## Minimum data points

Minimum number of data points for the kriging system.

## Ratio of Y to X interval

The ratio of the spacing in the y direction to that in the x direction.

## Distance between successive interpolations

Specifies the distance between the successive positions in the rows and columns of the grid at which kriging is to be done. The units must be the same as the data.

## See also

- Krige menu
- Krige Store Options
- Krige Graphs
- Form variogram menu
- Model variogram menu
- KRIGE directive
- COKRIGE directive for cokriging
- DCOVARIOGRAM procedure
- FVARIOGRAM directive
- DVARIOGRAM procedure
- MVARIOGRAM procedure