Sensor data to measure Hawthorne effects in cookstove evaluation.
- Author(s): Simons, Andrew M
- Beltramo, Theresa
- Blalock, Garrick
- Levine, David I
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2018.04.021
This data in brief article includes estimated time cooking based on temperature sensor data taken every 30 min from three stone fires and introduced fuel-efficient Envirofit stoves in approximately 168 households in rural Uganda. These households were part of an impact evaluation study spanning about six months to understand the effects of fuel-efficient cookstoves on fuel use and pollution. Daily particulate matter (pollution) and fuelwood use data are also included. This data in brief file only includes the weeks prior to, during, and after an in-person measurement team visited each home. The data is used to analyze whether households change cooking patterns when in-person measurement teams are present versus when only the temperature sensor is in the home.