|Quality Assessment with SERI_QC|
|00||Untested (raw data)|
|01||Passed one-component test; data fall within min-max limits of Kt, Kn, or Kd|
|02||Passed two-component test; data fall within 0.03 of the Gompertz boundaries|
|03|| Passed three-component test;
data come within ± 0.03 of satisfying
|04||Passed visual inspection; not used by SERI_QC|
|05||Failed visual inspection; not used by SERI_QC|
|06||Value estimated; passes all pertinent SERI_QC test|
|07||Failed one-component test; lower than allowed minimum|
|08||Failed one-component test; higher than allowed maximum|
|09||Passed three-component test but failed two-component test by > 0.05|
|10-93|| Failed two- or three-component tests in one of four ways.
To determine the test failed and the manner of failure (high or low),
examine the remainder of the calculation (flag + 2)/4.
0 Parameter too low by three-component test (Kt=Kn+Kd)
1 Parameter too high by three-component test (Kt=Kn+Kd)
2 Parameter too low by two-component test (Gompertz boundaries)
3 Parameter too high by two-component test (Gompertz boundaries)
The magnitude of the test failure (distance in K-units) is determined from:
d = (INT (flag +2)/4)/100.
|94-97|| Data fall into a physically impossible region where
Kn > Kt by K-space distances of
0.05 to 0.10 (94), 0.10 to 0.15 (95), 0.15 to 0.20 (96) amd ± 0.20 (97).
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