A collection of functions useful for the analysis of building physics experiments.
homeR is a collection of functions that we have
found useful at Neurobat in the analysis of experiments on buildings.
Get the released version from CRAN:
Or the development version from GitHub:
We recommend using RStudio to build this package. Make sure you have the latest
version installed (I'm currently using 0.99.896), and make also sure you have
From RStudio, create a new project (File -> New Project -> Existing Directory) and give the project directory. Configure RStudio to build the documentation from Roxygen: Build -> Configure Build Tools -> Generate documentation with Roxygen. Under "Configure" ensure that "Rd files" and "NAMESPACE file" are checked.
Verify that you can build the package by running Document (Shift-Ctrl/Cmd-D) and Test Package (Shift-Ctrl/Cmd-T).
*.Rd files, although generated from the sources, should be
committed and kept under Git so that anyone cheking out the project from GitHub
can build and install it from the command line.
vcov.bhm()function returns the covariance matrix estimated at the posterior's mode.
logposterior()function returns the log-posterior function for the model's data.
bhm()function estimates a building's heating coefficients (total heat loss coefficient, base temperature, etc).