Statistics and Data Analysis in Geology (3rd_ed.) | Quantitative Research | StatisticsGretl and R statistical libraries enables to perform data analysis using various algorithms, modules and functions. In this study, the geospatial analysis of example case study of Mariana Trench, a deep-sea hadal trench located in west Pacific Ocean, was performed using multi-functional combined approach of both Gretl and R libraries. The workflow included following statistical methods computed and visualized in Gretl and R libraries: 1 descriptive statistics; 2 box plots, normality analysis by quantile-quantile QQ plots; 3 local weighted polynomial regression model loess , 4 linear regression by several methods: weighted least squares WLS regression , ordinary least squares OLS regression , maximal likelihood linear regression and heteroskedasticity regression model; 5 confidence ellipses and marginal intervals for data distribution; 6 robust estimation by Nadaraya—Watson kernel regression fit; 7 correlation analysis and matrix. The results include following ones. First, the geology of the trench has a correlation with a slope angle gradient and igneous rocks volcanism effect.
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