In my post on November 13, 2016, I showed how to interpolate values by using a function in Python.

That function is shown below.

The full post is located here:

Link for Interpolating Values Post

The function shown above computed a flow value given a stage along with the stages and flows above and below in the rating table.

In this post, I show how to perform the same computation using lambda in Python. The coding to do this is shown below.

The results of this computation are given below. Since I entered 2.5 as the stage value, I would expect the flow value to return 250 based on the values that I supplied for the bounding values of stage and flow.

That function is shown below.

The full post is located here:

Link for Interpolating Values Post

The function shown above computed a flow value given a stage along with the stages and flows above and below in the rating table.

In this post, I show how to perform the same computation using lambda in Python. The coding to do this is shown below.

The results of this computation are given below. Since I entered 2.5 as the stage value, I would expect the flow value to return 250 based on the values that I supplied for the bounding values of stage and flow.

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