As part of an overarching project, we will create a database for measurement data from the building sector from hundreds of projects. We actually started with the idea of using a PostGre SQL database. However, the previous project had started building the database with HDF 5.
Therefore, I am now looking for experiences with the use of HDF 5, especially which software is available for searching HDF 5.
I am looking forward to answers from your wealth of experience.
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PowerSystems.jl uses HDF5 for backroom storage. Documentation
And the julia code somewhere on GitHub.
I guess electricity systems and built environment datasets are a
bit different in nature? But then the data model underpinning
PowerSystems.jl is quite rich.
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@Robbie Morrison thanks for highlighting this.
As Robbie mentioned, we’ve put a lot of effort into optimizing our use of HDF5 for time series data storage in PowerSystems.jl. Actually, the HDF5 data storage is managed by InfrastructureSystems.jl which is intended to be a general package that handles the common code specifying different infrastructure systems. So, if the types of functionalities that are enabled for power systems in PowerSystems.jl are of interest to you, it’s possible to build a specification for buildings (e.g. BuildingSystems.jl). If that’s of interest, please let me know and we can see if there are opportunities to help.
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