First, download the latest binaries from the Downloads page or from
here. Unzip the contents of the download to a place where you can find them again.
Next, open the project of interest or start a new project in Visual Studio.
Select the type of project that you are interested in.
After the project is loaded, select View - Solution Explorer.
From the Solution Explorer, right click on References and then click
Browse to the director where the binaries were downloaded and select all of the *.dll files in the package. You can also choose to save each of the files locally to your project folder.
After the references have been added, you can include the using statements for the particular part of the library that you are interested in.
Here are just some general descriptions of the libraries.
// Contains Action Adapters based on the Phasor Analytics library.
// Code for including and executing instrument transformer calibration.
// Interfaces for GIC calculations.
// Data structures for using the network model as graphs and adjacency lists for observability analysis.
// Code for matrix representation of the network model.
// Code for representation and grouping of sets of three phase measurements, breaker statuses, and status words.
// Code for building, maintaining, serializing, deserializing, and interfacing with the network model.
// The glue for mapping measurements to the model.
// Code for testing the linear state estimator offline.
static void Main(string args)