3D Interpolation tool uses a smooth function Q(x,y,z), which is a modification of Shepard's method, to interpolate m scattered data points. You can specify the X/Y/Z Minimum and Maximum and number of interpolation points in each dimension for 3D interpolation.
Controls recalculation of analysis results
For more information, see: Recalculating Analysis Results
Specify the input data range.
For help with range controls, see: Specifying Your Input Data
Specify parameters of interpolated points.
The output result for the interpolated data.
This function constructs a smooth function which interpolates a set of scatter data points for , using a modification of Shepard's method. It then evaluates the interpolant at the set of selected points , as well as its first partial derivatives. The surface is continuous and has continuous first partial derivatives.
For more information on algorithms, please see documentation for these NAG functions:
For reference information, please see documentation for these NAG functions: