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Live version of OpenEEmeter available?


Steve Schmidt
 

Just joined the group! (Didn't know I was missing out.)

I recall that Recurve used to host a version of the latest eeMeter code that could be run on test data for individual buildings. Is this still available somewhere? I can't seem to find it.

Thanks.

  -Steve


ngo.phil@...
 

Hi Steve,

Welcome and glad to have you. I apologize for my late response to this. The short answer to your question is no, Recurve no longer hosts the version of the OpenEEmeter that you describe, as at the time it was getting too little use to justify the cost and difficulty of maintaining it. Perhaps times have changed?

If you're hoping to run the OpenEEmeter now, the best way to do so is probably to follow the tutorial, linked below. The tutorial is admittedly less convenient, but it does contain the same content and is considerably more powerful as it shows the user what is happening in the code and allows them to modify it to suit their particular needs.

The tutorial can be found at http://eemeter.openee.io/tutorial.html. Let us know how it goes!


On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 12:38 PM Steve Schmidt <steve@...> wrote:
Just joined the group! (Didn't know I was missing out.)

I recall that Recurve used to host a version of the latest eeMeter code that could be run on test data for individual buildings. Is this still available somewhere? I can't seem to find it.

Thanks.

  -Steve


Steve Schmidt
 

Thanks for the reply Phil.

...at the time it was getting too little use ... Perhaps times have changed?

As CalTRACK usage grows and OpenEEmeter is part of more contracts I expect such a public version would get more use from a diverse group of interested parties.

My specific interest would be to use it as part of a sample CalTRACK test harness used to track improvements over time against a standard set of static project data. See CalTRACK issues #122 and #129 for background.

Any chance you could lobby internally to bring it back?

  -Steve