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- ProductMonitoring dataset from an office room in a real operating building, suitable for state-space energy modellingTo support open science, monitoring data from the living laboratory ENERGETIKUM in Pinkafeld, Austria, is shared here. The dataset provided is especially suitable for data-driven energy modelling of an office room. This can be for model predictive control strategies useful. The dataset provides all necessary variables over a period of sixteen months, with a time step of one minute or fifteen minutes, in MATLAB format (.mat) or in tabs-separated format (.txt). Some variables are raw measurements: ambient (T_Amb) and room (T_Air_Measured) air temperatures, ventilation air flowrate (V_dot_Vent) and supply temperature (T_Vent_In). Other variables are calculated from measurements: heat flows for floor heating (Q_dot_FBH), ceiling cooling (Q_dot_DE) and from internal loads (Q_dot_Int_LO). For the incoming solar irradiance, two façade models using measurements (solar irradiance, movable shading settings) and building characteristics (geometry, glazing and shading optical properties) are used: the simple model (q_dot_Solar_SF) and the enhanced model (Q_dot_Solar_EF). To the background of the façade models, see [1,2]. References:  F. Veynandt, C. Heschl, P. Klanatsky, H. Plank, Complex glass facade modelling for Model Predictive Control of thermal loads: impact of the solar load identification on the state-space model accuracy, Leykam, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11790/1396 (accessed January 31, 2022).  Veynandt, F., Heschl, C., MODELING OF SOLAR RADIATION TRANSMISSION THROUGH TRIPLE GLAZING BASED ONLY ON ON-SITE MEASUREMENTS, in: Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz, Online Conference, 2020. https://doi.org/10.3217/978-3-85125-786-1-03.