Project Haystack Announces Important New Resource Called Examples

Project Haystack

Project Haystack Announces Important New Resource Called Examples

Project Haystack Announces Important New Resource Called Examples

Project Haystack  is excited to announce an important new resource, part of the new Haystack 4 Developers website (https://project-haystack.dev), called Examples (https://project-haystack.dev/example).

This resource of Examples, addresses requests from many members of the community to have access to actual examples of fully-tagged Haystack projects.

 

Three different contributors from the Haystack community donated anonymized datasets of fully-tagged, real-world site projects.  The models include steam, hot water, and chilled water plants along with AHU, FCU, and VAV air systems. All 3 are mostly Energy/HVAC focused sites.  The sites are generically named using the phonetic alphabet.

Visitors to the Haystack 4 Examples page can browse these datasets on the website and follow links between all their ref relationships. Plus, each site can be downloaded via one of the standard Haystack formats: Zinc, JSON, Trio, Turtle, JSON-LD, or CSV.

We are hoping that these public datasets will aid users in getting started with Haystack 4 and spur the following:

  • Inspire others to donate their building models. (Just let us know!)
  • Public review to determine if these are "good" reference models.
  • Analysis for where custom tags were used (which were left in the datasets using a special custom tag) to see where Haystack can be enhanced. (Note that obvious vendor-specific tags are not included.)
  • Datasets you can download and use to test code such as Zinc parsers, Machine Learning-based naming algorithms, RDF tools, etc.
  • Accelerate the work to build out "equip/device templates". The infrastructure to display Haystack data in a browser with cross-referencing to defs/other entities is ideal for use when we are ready to add predefined "equip/device templates".

Thank you to the community members that donated their Haystack project databases.

John Petze
Executive Director
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