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Interpolated areas

Within the variability layers you will find the Interpolated Area layer where the interpolation product maps are recorded, such as altimetry maps generated from contour lines or topographic points. In this article you will find information about:


What are interpolated maps?

Interpolated Area maps are the result of interpolating a certain variable such as rainfall data or altimetric data to build an elevation map.

What is it for?

As we mentioned before, according to the analysis that is being carried out, an interpolated map of rough levels in the soil, compaction, availability of fresh water, etc. can be obtained as a result of interpolating a sampling network. Campo360 allows you to have all the information on the platform to be able to contrast it with satellite images and distinguish limitations in the crop cycle.

Layer structure

These layers have two structures, the first one that we are going to discuss is data from the independent layer of the classes.

Name Description
Type  Reference to the map, for example Altimetry, Compaction, etc.
Variable  Related to the mapped variable, for example elevation.
Unit  Unit of measure of the variable
Label  Variable name abbreviation.
Depth  Depth of the soil where the sample was taken.


The second is data from each polygon:

Name Description
AVG value  Average value of the area.
Minimum value  Minimum value of the area.
Maximum value  Maximum value of the area.
Surface [ha]  Polygon area.

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