Data that comes from a series of measurements taken by a device, which may have upper and lower limits. The data type also supports more than one dimension in the data.
Properties Defined  Constraints  Value 

Value

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The base quantity that a measured value of zero represents. In addition, this provides the units of the entire measurement series. 
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The length of time between sampling times, measured in milliseconds. 
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A correction factor that is applied to the sampled data points before they are added to the origin. 
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The lower limit of detection of the measured points. This is needed if any of the data points have the value 'L' (lower than detection limit). 
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The upper limit of detection of the measured points. This is needed if any of the data points have the value 'U' (higher than detection limit). 
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The number of sample points at each time point. If this value is greater than one, then the dimensions will be interlaced  all the sample points for a point in time will be recorded at once. 
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