There has been considerable discussion regarding the merits and demerits of the “smoothers” and the “gridders” in preparation of residual and second derivative maps. The controversy is probably unnecessary, as it appears that, basically speaking, the “smoothers” determine or tend to determine the residual, whereas the “gridders” aim at the second derivative. Following are the reasons for this statement.

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