Statewide Efficiency v1 Data Quality Assessment
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Aggregate Data Quality Assessment
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aggregate_data_quality_assessmentAssessment Conditions
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Useful first approximationLess than two material concerns with data quality and no severe concerns with data quality in any categories
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Likely systematically inaccurateMore than two material concerns with data quality and no severe concerns with data quality in any category
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Highly likely systematically inaccurateAny severe concerns with data quality or persistent material concerns with data quality across assessment categories
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Data Quality Concern Breakdown
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Concern SeverityConcern Types
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CIMIS_Proximity_concerns
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severeMore than 20 kilometers from service area boundary to nearest CIMIS station and hydrologic characteristics that make ET measurements doubtful.More than 10% of residential parcels appear to be large, green, and un-irrigated.Parcel data imply an unreasonable average number of people per residential parcel (PpRP<1 or PpRP>15) in this service area.Less than 70% of this service area's residential parcels are within a designated census place.Overlap with neighboring boundaries or UWMP estimated at greater than 10% of total service area
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materialMore than 20 kilometers from service area boundary to nearest CIMIS station1-10% of residential parcels appear to be large, green, and un-irrigated.Parcel data imply an ambiguous average number of people per residential parcel in this service area (1 <= PpRP <2 or 12 < PpRP =<15.70%-80% of this service area's residential parcels are within a designated census place.Overlap with neighboring boundaries or UWMP estimated at 1-10% of total service area
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none evidentCIMIS Stations within 20 kilometers.Most residential greenspace could be irrigated.Parcel data imply a reasonable average number of people per residential parcel (2<=PpRP<=12) in this service area.More than 80% of this service area's residential parcels are within a designated census place.No evident discrepency in boundary in terms of overlap with neighbors or reported UWMP plan. Or very minor overlap (e.g. rectification issue of a few meters)
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