This could also be used to munge measurements in micrograms and milligrams. But - convert up, not down. The calibration data file uses only 3 digits past the decimal place. So it's better to use "x1000.0" on the quantity in micrograms, than use a conversion of "x0.001" on the milligrams.
USGS changed their water quality data (qwdata) file format to three new choices of format, all more verbose than the old, and changed the column names for the quantities of interest:
This new allsite model report is the last thing dumped to the run transcript, and provides an easier way of telling how many sites completed during a LoadRunner job.
The default is "Any" - which means beginning and ending groups of 1 calibration point are allowed.
It is possible to run out of calibration points this way, so that the site won't run.
HR03 (SAtlanticGulf) batch 5 has a number of sites where preGapMin=postGapMin=3 will prune off calibration points on alkalinity.