Code Conversion Rate (SQL), this metric is calculated using as reference the source code of both recognized and unrecognized elements in the given workload. The conversion rate is the percentage of source code that was successfully converted by SnowConvert into functionally equivalent Snowflake code. Take into consideration that unrecognized elements (because of parsing issues) will affect this metric, as their source code will be counted as not converted. Furthermore, elements that do not have equivalence in Snowflake will also punish the conversion rate, because even though SnowConvert is able to process them (frequently by removing them or commenting them) the translation does not represent a functionally equivalent code. For example, if there is a lot of code of indexes (which do not have an equivalent in Snowflake) the conversion rate can be highly punished because the source code of those unsupported elements might represent a significant part of the overall workload.