The Ocelot project is a joint effort by the Paul Scherrer Institut and the ecoinvent centre to build an open source library for applying system models in life cycle assessment. See more information at https://ocelot.space/; the source code is on Github.
Ocelot is under heavy development, and does not yet produce a complete database. See the Ocelot milestones to learn more about what is expected to be finished, and when.
- Installing Brightway2 in the Ocelot environment
- Running Ocelot
- Cutoff system model
- Linking consumers and suppliers in space
- Internal data format
- Core elements
- Writing your own transformation functions
- Writing data
- Uncertainty distributions, parameters, and the Pedigree Matrix