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etienne

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Hello,

Running calculation is an extension of the running average methodology. In order to follow a building, I have been using it to check if consumptions where ok. I also used this method in other context and found it very efficient.
It is easy, often well known, but not so much used. I wanted to write this document to show how much information can be found in a dataset if data are transformed using that simple method.
It is very helpful with data that don't follow physical rules, like the water consumption in a building (the aim being for example to find leaks).

Some of the ideas that are presented in the document could be integrated in a centralized technical management software (I have already seen example were some ideas had already been integrated).

I though that this might interess people active on this forum, so I wanted to share this document.

https://bayenet.jimdo.com/app/download/10398139383/Running+calculation+methodologyV1-2.pdf?t=1516827890

A new version (2018 01 28) is available here : https://bayenet.jimdo.com/app/download/10399813583/Running+calculation+methodology2.pdf?t=1517152418

Regards,

Etienne
« Last Edit: January 28, 2018, 04:14:58 PM by etienne »