I would like to create a grid with multiple layers, meaning that the grid could be at different intensities but respecting the same identifiers for plots where the position coincides. Any advice on how to do that? I would like to have a grid where users could easily intensify the sampling by region of they think the uncertainty is too high. Regards, Alfonso

asked 08 Nov '19, 07:41

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Hi, there might be some tools for this. However, one rough solution is to create a (dense) grid with column and row numbers and use these to filter the point data table for example into 3 grids (1->2->3) using Excel or R, as follows:

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