Elastic multi-component interpolation of ground displacement
🚨 This package is in early stages of design and implementation. 🚨
Erizo is a Python package for interpolation (gridding) of multi-component ground displacement measurements (from GPS/GNSS or InSAR, for example). It uses an elastic Green’s functions approach for interpolation based on [Verde](https://www.fatiando.org/verde).
- 2- and 3-component velocity/displacement interpolation.
- Use simple elastic Green’s functions.
- Include cross-validated versions of all interpolators.
- Provide an interface similar to scikit-learn for machine learning style interpolation.
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