•   over 6 years ago

More data from test lab

You provide in sync data file only interval readings which have only relative data and gaps, so it is impossible to make any calculations for example consumption per month. Can you provide either MeterReading or ElectricPowerUsageSummary ?

  • 6 comments

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    Why September data has gaps most of the data doesn't? Is it intentional?

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    I'm not sure I understand your query. The IntervalBolck data are associated with a MeterReading object. The Ontario DMD / CMD implementations will not support ElectricPowerUsageSummary data however. This is detailed n the DMD Guidance Document.

    Can you please elaborate on the "gaps" and also what you mean by "relative data". Each data value will represent the electrical energy consumed in that particular interval.

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    August reports 744 intervals / 24 hours gives us 31 days which is correct.
    September reports only 83 intervals leaving the gap in the middle of the month so I cannot calculate full month consumption.

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    I don't believe the gaps in the September data to be intentional. We will investigate and report back.

    In a "production" system this should not occur as these data are sourced from the MDM/R in Ontario, after all interval data has been VEE'd (validated, edited, and / or estimated).

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    Are you planning to report more concise data? Loading and processing data for a year with 1 hour resolution takes a little bit more time than I would like.

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    The Ontario Reference Architecture defines hourly interval data as the "standard" granularity, thereby allowing applications to roll up the data to whatever granularity is pertinent to the presentment or analytic being undertaken.

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