[SciPy-user] Re: 2D interpolation from a set of irregularly spaced

Eric Emsellem emsellem at obs.univ-lyon1.fr
Tue Jul 19 12:07:44 CDT 2005


Hi,
thanks for the tip; But then in practice how did you do it?

Eric


>On 2005-07-19, Eric Emsellem <emsellem at obs.univ-lyon1.fr <http://www.scipy.net/mailman/listinfo/scipy-user>> wrote:
>>/ Hi again,
>/>/ Robert Kern provided me some input with a link to Scientific Python 
>/>/ (thanks!)
>/>/
>/>/==> However this is again using an ORTHOGONAL GRID!
>/>/ The set of points I am using are NOT on an orthogonal grid but are 
>/>/ RANDOMLY positioned points...
>/>/
>/>/ So any idea on how to interpolate a set of randomly positioned
>/>/ x,y ?? (so I have three 1D arrays: x, y for the positions, and
>/>/ z for the values. I need to know z at other positions...)
>/
>I had to do the same thing recently, and the only workable
>solution I was able to find was a triangulated surface.
>

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