# DC_precisionRangeMismatch

##### Data check precisionRangeMismatch Check if precision range mismatch is between 0 and 1

This data check answers: "?" question. Data check will pass if **The coordinate precision (dwc:coordinatePrecision) is between zero (minimum) and one (maximum)** and will fail if **The coordinate precision (dwc:coordinatePrecision), as a decimal representation, is outside the range of zero (minimum) and one (maximum)**. Dimension of this data check is **Conformance** and it's flagging type is: **FLAG** Example of entries that will pass: `coordinatePrecision=0,coordinatePrecision=0.5,coordinatePrecision=1`

, such data check would return `Passed`

. Example of entries that will fail: `coordinatePrecision=3,coordinatePrecision=-1`

, such data check would return `Failed`

.

##### Format

An object of class `"dataCheck"`

, see `dataCheck`

for details.

##### samplePassData

The coordinate precision (dwc:coordinatePrecision) is between zero (minimum) and one (maximum)

##### sampleFailData

The coordinate precision (dwc:coordinatePrecision), as a decimal representation, is outside the range of zero (minimum) and one (maximum)

##### targetDWCField

coordinatePrecision

##### checkCategory

Location

##### References

None

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
performDC(DC = DC_precisionRangeMismatch, DATA = bdchecks::dataBats)
# }
```

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