Statistical studies include mono-variable statistical analysis (calculating statistical parameters and drawing histograms and abundance diagrams of raw data, normalization), calculating correlation coefficients, and multi- variable statistical analysis.
Promising areas were introduced based on 25 provided anomaly maps and field evidences, studies on previous determined areas and also Choghart mine.
In the northwesternmost part of the study area (northwestern Darreh Anjir sheet 1:50000) strong copper anomaly and weak lead and zinc anomaly on red layers of sandstone and conglomerate (Neogene) and Quaternary deposits are found.
Iron is found in two areas: 1- northwest of the study area- center of Chahdough sheet 1:500000- located on quaternary sediments and Infracambrian and Boneh Shour formations; 2- close to Choghart mine on Boneh Shour complex.
The first area should be studied and surveyed more carefully because of closeness to argillite and argillite- limonite alterations.
Apatite mineralization is seen in the center of Chahouk sheet 1:50000, but it is not first-order anomaly. It is mainly located on marbled limestone and lenticular sandstones (Cretaceous).
Other anomalies in this sheet: 2 first-order cobalt anomalies, 2 first-order Chromite anomalies, 3 first-order lead anomalies, 5 first-order vanadium anomalies.
Regarding large amounts of sensor data available for important elements such as silver, bismuth, cadmium, molybdenum, arsenic, antimony, tin and tungsten, reanalysis of these elements using a high-sensitivity analysis method seems necessary. Furthermore, analysis of these elements is essential due to the importance of rare earth elements in phosphor ore deposits and occurrence of alkaline igneous rocks with a carbonatitic trend in the study area.