EPW file format

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I'm hoping this is a simple anser. I'm trying to work with energyplus weather data within excel. I used to have a rosetta stone that told me what the data in the different columns was. Can anyone point me to a documentation of this?

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It is very hard work directly on EPW format file. My suggestion is to process it through the Weather Converter, auxiliary program of EnergyPlus, going to request the CSV file, then work on it. I hope it can be useful,Alessandro Gober

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I?m hoping this is a simple anser. I?m trying to work with energyplus weather data within excel. I used to have a rosetta stone that told me what the data in the different columns was. Can anyone point me to a documentation of this? ? Thanks ?
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Yes. Use the weather converter to save as an energyplus csv file. It will have the column headers. Auxiliary programs document describes all of it.
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Vikram Sami
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T 206.521.3509 E vikram.sami at zgf.com
925 Fourth Avenue, Suite 2400
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It is very hard work directly on EPW format file. My suggestion is to process it through the Weather Converter, auxiliary program of EnergyPlus, going to request the CSV file, then work on it. I hope it can be useful,Alessandro Gober

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I?m hoping this is a simple anser. I?m trying to work with energyplus weather data within excel. I used to have a rosetta stone that told me what the data in the different columns was. Can anyone point me to a documentation of this? ? Thanks ?
| Vikram Sami
AIA, BEMP, LEED BD+C?
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Yes. Use the weather converter to save as an energyplus csv file. It will have the column headers. Auxiliary programs document describes all of it.
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