winddata {bReeze}R Documentation

Example data for bReeze

Description

This dataset is provided as part of the bReeze package for use with the examples in the documantation. It contains measured wind speed and wind direction in a 10 minute interval, collected by a meteorological mast.

Format

Data frame with 36548 observations on the following 17 variables:

date_time

Date and time of observation as character vector.

v1_40m_avg

Average wind speed in m/s at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

v1_40m_max

Maximum wind speed in m/s at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

v1_40m_min

Minimum wind speed in m/s at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

v1_40m_std

Standard deviation of wind speed in m/s at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

v2_30m_avg

Average wind speed in m/s at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

v2_30m_max

Maximum wind speed in m/s at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

v2_30m_min

Minimum wind speed in m/s at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

v2_30m_std

Standard deviation of wind speed in m/s at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

v3_20m_avg

Average wind speed in m/s at a height of 20 m as numeric vector.

v3_20m_max

Maximum wind speed in m/s at a height of 20 m as numeric vector.

v3_20m_min

Minimum wind speed in m/s at a height of 20 m as numeric vector.

v3_20m_std

Standard deviation of wind speed in m/s at a height of 20 m as numeric vector.

dir1_40m_avg

Average wind direction in degrees from north at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

dir1_40m_std

Standard deviation of wind direction in degrees from north at a height of 40 m as numeric vector.

dir2_30m_avg

Average wind direction in degrees from north at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

dir2_30m_std

Standard deviation of wind direction in degrees from north at a height of 30 m as numeric vector.

Examples

## Not run: 
# load example data
data("winddata", package="bReeze")

# display the structure of the data
str(winddata)

## End(Not run)

[Package bReeze version 0.4-3 Index]