An emission, resource use, or characterised environmental impact indicator. Each Indicator must be unique, and the fields which determine uniqueness are defined in the
endpoints fields of the Impact Assessment.
The quantity. If an average, it should always be the mean.
An array of random draws from the posterior distribution of the Indicator.
The standard deviation of
The minimum of
The maximum of
What the descriptive statistics (
Possible values are: sites, cycles, impactAssessments, replications, other observations, time, spatial, regions, simulated, modelled
The number of observations the descriptive statistics are calculated over.
A reference to the Term describing the method or model for calculating these data. This is a required field for characterised indicators.
A free text field, describing the method or model used for calculating these data.
inputs cannot be duplicated. The following fields determine whether a List[Term] is unique: @id
The following properties are automatically set when data are uploaded to the Hestia platform. If they are included in a file which is uploaded, they will be overwritten.
The version of the schema when these data were created.
A list of fields that have been added to the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to add these fields.
A list of fields that have been updated on the original dataset.
A list of versions of the model used to update these fields.
A list of versions of the aggregation engine corresponding to each aggregated field.