COLLECTING RESIDENTIAL END USE DATA FROM PRIMARY SOURCES: DO'S AND DONT'S

@inproceedings{Cordell2007COLLECTINGRE,
  title={COLLECTING RESIDENTIAL END USE DATA FROM PRIMARY SOURCES: DO'S AND DONT'S},
  author={D. L. Cordell and James Edward Robinson and Michael Loh},
  year={2007}
}
This paper addresses the “do’s and don’t’s” of collecting primary (directly sourced) residential water end-use data based on experiences of the authors. Proper planning is fundamental. Insufficient consideration of important factors can affect the quality and usefulness of the data and in turn the model or outcome for which the data is being collected. Despite data collection often being perceived as a relatively simple process, many studies in the past have overlooked key considerations which… CONTINUE READING