DC_elevationOutOfRange

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Data check elevationOutOfRange Check if elevationOutOfRange is not out of range.

This data check answers: "Is elevation within range??" question. Data check will pass if Minimum elevation in meters is greater or equal to zero and maximum elevation in meters is less than 10,000 meters and will fail if Minimum elevation in meters is less than zero and/or maximum elevation in meters is greater than 10,000. Dimension of this data check is Likeliness and it's flagging type is: FLAG Example of entries that will pass: minimumElevationInMeters=1,maximumElevationInMeters=100, such data check would return Passed. Example of entries that will fail: maximumElevationInMeters=19375, such data check would return Failed.

Format

An object of class "dataCheck", see dataCheck for details.

samplePassData

Minimum elevation in meters is greater or equal to zero and maximum elevation in meters is less than 10,000 meters

sampleFailData

Minimum elevation in meters is less than zero and/or maximum elevation in meters is greater than 10,000

targetDWCField

minimumElevationinMeters,maximumElevationInMeters

checkCategory

Location

References

None

Aliases
  • DC_elevationOutOfRange
Examples
# NOT RUN {
performDC(DC = DC_elevationOutOfRange, DATA = bdchecks::dataBats)
# }
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