IDEAL Household Energy Dataset
Data CreatorGoddard, Nigel
PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh. School of Informatics
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CitationGoddard, Nigel; Kilgour, Jonathan; Pullinger, Martin; Arvind, D.K; Lovell, Heather; Moore, Johanna; Shipworth, David; Sutton, Charles; Webb, Jan; Berliner, Niklas; Brewitt, Cillian; Dzikovska, Myroslava; Farrow, Edmund; Farrow, Elaine; Mann, Janek; Morgan, Evan; Webb, Lynda; Zhong, Mingjun. (2021). IDEAL Household Energy Dataset, 2016-2018 [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. School of Informatics. https://doi.org/10.7488/ds/2836.
DescriptionThe IDEAL Household Energy Dataset comprises data from 255 UK homes. Alongside electric and gas data from each home the corpus contains individual room temperature and humidity readings and temperature readings from the boiler. For 39 of the 255 homes more detailed data is available, including individual electrical appliance use data, and data on individual radiators. Sensor data is augmented by anonymised survey data and metadata including occupant demographics, self-reported energy awareness and attitudes, and building, room and appliance characteristics. The dataset is split across several downloads, below. README.txt summarises the contents of each download. Documentation.zip describes each data file in the dataset, and the source research project and data collection methodology. Coding.zip provides helpful code examples (Python) to aid with getting started with analysis.
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