A lot of our datasets have a nodata value that is, or close to, -3.4028234663852886e+38.
Can anyone think of an easy way to say this out loud when we're discussing things?
Even "minus three times ten to the thirty-eight" is a bit of a mouthful. Something like "min float" would be shorter (I think that's what this value is supposed to represent), but is not strictly correct.
The best we've come up with so far is "minus three whatever", which is short, but not exactly scientific.