Can someone point me to a Kriging dataset? If it is natural data, it would be very great! (Such as rainfall, porosity, soil density, atmosphere-concentration, etc. ), temperature observations. Or if someone has some dataset they have used for Kriging in the past, could you please share?

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Kriging is a commonly used technique for interpolating point data in GIS.

There are many tutorials for using common GIS software to perform Kriging. Most of these tutorials provide sample data sets. Here are a couple of examples:

You can find 10s or 100s more tutorials with accompanying data sets by simply searching for "[QGIS/ ArcGIS/ other GIS software] Kriging tutorial."

  • Thanks a lot, From which tutorial was the ozone data ? or do you know its source? Apr 18, 2019 at 18:12
  • That data is from the arcgis tutorial I linked to. That tutorial just tells you to get the data from the CD or ArcGIS installation files you already have if you installed ArcGIS, but by searching for the name of the file they mentioned I found it from another website that was guiding people to follow the same tutorial.
    – csk
    Apr 18, 2019 at 18:46

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