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STK: a Small Toolbox for Kriging

One toolbox, two flavours

The latest release of STK is 2.4.2 and it comes in two flavours:

  • an "all purpose" release, which is suitable for use both with GNU Octave and with Matlab.
  • an Octave package, for people who want to install and use STK as a regular Octave package.

Quick start with the "all purpose" release

Download and unpack stk-2.4.2-allpurpose.tar.gz from this page, and then run stk_init.m in Octave or Matlab.

After that, you should be able to run the examples located in the 'examples' directory.

For instance, type stk_example_kb03 to run the third example in the "Kriging basics" series.

Using STK as an Octave package

Assuming that you have a working Internet connection, typing pkg install -forge stk (from within Octave) will automatically download the latest STK package tarball from the Octave Forge file release system and install it for you.

Alternatively, if stk-2.4.2-octpkg.tar.gz (obtained from this page) is in the current directory, you can simply type: pkg install stk-2.4.2-octpkg.tar.gz.

After that, you can load STK using pkg load stk.

To check that STK is properly loaded, try for instance stk_example_kb03 to run the third example in the "Kriging basics" series.


See http://kriging.sourceforge.net/htmldoc/ for an online version of the documentation.

Source: README.md, updated 2017-05-20

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