114 Completeness


Definition

The completeness is an indicator of the coverage of the scanning and storing procedures.

It is stated in % of measurements that should have been recorded ("100" = 100% = complete).

Example: For daily values with a storing interval of 15 minutes there should be 96 measurements per day.

Note: In case of gap filled data please indicate the completeness of the underlying measured data (100% completeness is an ERROR for gapfilled data as 100% measurements do not require gap filling).