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Interpolation of surfaces from scattered data points (made in VB6)

Submitted on: 4/4/2016 11:15:56 PM
By: VB6 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This is a software made in the great Visual Basic 6.0 programming language (advanced stuff). It contains routines for interpolation of surfaces from scattered data points. It includes the interpolation "kriging", with the quadratic method of Shepard and MASUB routine.

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2/29/2016 1:22:45 PMjorge flores p.

excelente esta buscando eso en 3d superficies!!!
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3/10/2016 4:50:33 PMRobert Rayment

Come on VB6 (whoever you are) be honest and give the source of this program.

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3/11/2016 9:37:05 AMVB6

Ok, so you people don't deserve good sources on PSC, therefore I will not upload any ! (and Robert, if inside the source has "F. Languasco ®" and the links, how can you put such comments ?)
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3/11/2016 3:03:26 PMRobert Rayment

You need to be up front about the source since clearly people think you wrote the code.
It's simple, put the source in your description.

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3/11/2016 3:26:27 PMRobert Rayment

I should have mentioned that this code and other excellent examples can be found at :

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