|Data set||Institution||Location||Duration||# houses||# sub-meters per house||Features||Resolution|
|REDD||MIT||Boston, MA, USA||3-19 days||6||9-24||V, P aggregate, P sub-metered||15 kHz aggregate, 3 second sub-metered|
|BLUED||CMU||Pittsburgh, PA, USA||8 days||1||0 (manual switch event labels available)||I, V||12 kHz|
|Smart*||UMass||Western Massachusetts, MA, USA||3 months||1||25 circuits, 29 appliance monitors||P, S circuits, P appliance monitors||1 second circuits, various appliance monitors|
|Sample data set||Pecan Street||Austin, TX, USA||7 days||10||12||S||1 minute|
|IHEPCDS||EDF R&D||France||4 years||1||3||I, V, P, Q||1 minute|
|HES||UK DECC||UK||1 month - 1 year||250||13-51||P||2 minute|
|AMPds||Simon Fraser University||Greater Vancouver, BC, Canada||1 year||1||19||I, V, pf, F, P, Q, S||1 minute|
Thursday, 20 June 2013
Comparison of public disaggregation data sets
Over the last year I've maintained a list of the public data sets which have been useful in my disaggregation research. However, I've found it's still quite time consuming to compare the finer details of the data sets, and I often end up trawling through papers or sifting through the data itself. For this reason, I've attempted to build a table which allows easy comparison between important attributes of each data set. As always, please leave a comment if you notice any errors!
N.B. I don't maintain this table of comparison, so please see this post for an up-to-date list!
Posted by Oliver Parson at 20:52