2013 Full Year House Electric Data

One full year of electric usage. Notice the air conditioner cycling in the middle of the night during the summer.

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Comment by Steve Waclo on March 22, 2014 at 2:19pm

OK Daniel, are you going to make us drag it out of you :-) ?

I'll start. Notice I have considerately allowed space for your response.

What were the sensors that collected the data?

Water:

Gas:

Electric: 

What software package turned the data into these impressive displays?

Can the display be rotated on your screen in 3D? Zoomable?

What electric device(s) kicked on around 1-2 AM in January?

What have these presentations revealed?

Jump in anywhere.

Thanks for your post and best wishes.

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