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This resource contains an analysis of water use within a residential building on Utah State University's campus in Logan, UT. It is also an example of how a data file can be shared in HydroShare along with a Jupyter Notebook for executing code to achieve a reproducible result. The data in this resource were collected on the main water meter of a student residential building on Utah State University's campus in Logan, UT. Flow through the meter was recorded every 1 second for a period of nearly a month. The Jupyter Notebook in this resource demonstrates how to open the file, subset and aggregate the data, and then generate a visualization of water use for weekend periods versus weekday periods to demonstrate differences in the timing of residents' water use during those periods.
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