Definition Edit

Geocoding accuracy is

a measure of the degree to which a geocoding process yields the true location of an object. If a process has a 25 meter accuracy, then the true location of the object must be within 25 meters of the reported location.[1]

References Edit

  1. EPA, Locational Data Policy Implementation Guidance: Guide To Selecting Latitude/Longitude Collection Methods 3-2 (Mar. 1992) (full-text).

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