As described in "Basics / Overview" there must be several different ways to display the result in order to get a picture of the 5-dimensional result data (see discussion about dimensions on the page Handling Kriging Result / Overview).

The following three pages allow you to find the desired type of display:

- 2D spatial viewing
- Values
- Kriging variance
- Minimal/maximal possible values
- fuzziness
- Areas with parameter above/below theshold
- Overview of possible selections/combinations

- 1D spatial viewing (cuts, sections)
- The orange arrow - How to make a cut
- How to read the graphics

- 0D spatial viewing (view at point)

Additionally the options menu of the kriging window contains menu items that influence the calculation and display, too:

- The
**Kriging resolution**dialog window

allows to modify the calculated resolution of

both kriging result for 2 and 1 spatial dimensions. - The
**Isolines/Dither**and**Lettering**dialog window

allow to modify the display of- isolines,
- greyshades and
- letterings (inscriptions of the isolines)

See also the arrow menu for lettering isolines. **Calculate variance (on/off)**is a toggle that decides

if the kriging variance should be calculated.

If it has been calculated for the actual state,

it can be displayed in 2 spatial dimensions.

Further result-display-related topics: