[teqc] Quality check mode

Lou Estey lou at unavco.org
Wed Dec 8 07:13:55 MST 2010


SJ,

> I have a question regarding the quality check satellite visibility graph
> generate in QC mode. This graph indicates in which time interval which
> satellite has data (L1, L2 etc.). However, what I would like to know is
> how valid observations must there be per time interval for the interval
> to be classified as containing some or all the variables. Is this
> measured as percentage of the total number of observations per interval?
> In other words, say we have 400 observations per time interval. If 300
> of those contain (A/S on; L1 C/A|P1 L2 P2) it is flagged as “o”. Or must
> the whole time interval be complete with the same quality of data?
>
> I thank you in advance for your help!

Simple: any positive non-zero count.  (I.e. a count of 1 suffices.)

--lou

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