[Equest-users] What would be the best place to get eQUEST training online
jill.moreland at plugsmart.com
Tue Aug 25 09:31:19 PDT 2015
I am a first time eQuest user and started my first project a few months
ago. I signed up for the eQuest Online training (
http://energy-models.com/training/equest/course-objectives) and along with
the tutorial videos it also included the Equest Building Setup tutorial.
The initial training did not make much sense at first but the Building
Setup tutorial was more helpful. I purchased the 4 month package so I am
able to go back and watch the tutorials again now that I have a better
understanding of the basics and that has been helpful but this user group
and the archive of questions has helped the most. Good luck!
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On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 9:56 PM, Hari Jammulamadaka <hari.swarup at gmail.com>
> Hello everyone,
> I am a graduate student, and I am currently using eQUEST to for modelling
> work for my research. I thought of getting some formal training to get
> better at using the software package. Where would you recommend I go for
> training? I live in Morgantown, WV. Would online training be good? Also,
> what specific areas shall I focus on that would make me more marketable
> when I apply for jobs?
> Thank you.
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