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Trevor Graham
05/25/07 04:25am

Hi,
I'd like some advice about how to perform integration over an interpolated surface in mathematica.

I had a list of x,y,z points:
x1, y1, z1
x2, y2, z2
...
xN, yN, zN
that are arranged on a rectangular grid. The x,y values are parameter values, and the z's are log-likelihoods.

I would like to integrate the area under the surface defined by this set of points. I expect that first I need to interpolate the surface, then integrate the result of the interpolation.

Can anyone give me some pointers?

Best wishes,
Trevor

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Integrating over an interpolated surface Trevor Graham 05/25/07 04:25am
Re: Integrating over an interpolated surface Vassilis 05/27/07 4:58pm
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