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**Version:****File size:**0 KB**File name:**euklid_distance.zip**Last update:****Platform:**Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris**Language:**Matlab**Price:**Freeware**Company:**Felix Hebeler (View more)

Specification

Euklid (Inverse) Distance Weight Matrix calculates a weight matrix of any size using the (inverse) euklidean distance from center cell. function W = euklid_W(ws,d,n)function W = euklid_invW(ws,d,n)PURPOSE: create an (inverse) euklidean distance spatial weight matrix (n x m 'moving-window' style matrix with distance to center cell weighted.)USAGE: W = euklid_W([wsy wsx],[dy dx],n)where: ws is a vector [wsy wsx] of the x and y size of the matrix (uneven!)d (optional) is a vector [dy dx] of the cellspacing in y and x direction (default 1)[n] (optional) specifies how to normalize the weight matrix.

Options for [n] are:1) 'norm' to create a normalized weight matrix (sum of all weights is 1)2) 'none' or NA for a non-normalized matrix (default)

OUTPUTS:[W] a matrix with weights for every cell except center.

NOTES: Weights are the the euklidean distance to the center cell. Center cell weight is zero.

Euklid (Inverse) Distance Weight Matrix is a Matlab script for Earth Sciences scripts design by Felix Hebeler.
It runs on following operating system: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris.

Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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