Contextual differences in the interpretation of thermal perception scales – the data base from a large-scale international questionnaire study

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Description: Within the IEA EBC Annex 69 on Strategy and Practice of Adaptive Thermal Comfort in Low Energy Buildings (http://annex69.org/), we are conducting an international questionnaire study related to thermal comfort scales. Our objective is the analysis of influences on the perception of thermal comfort scales. In particular, we are looking at the effect of the current thermal state, peoples climatic background, and level of adaptation on the relationship between thermal sensation, thermal comfort, and thermal acceptance.

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A data descriptor will be published in Nature Scientific Data around October 29th with additional, more detailed information on this project and the dataset.

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