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Finding domains in complex multi-variable data, AKA, using statistics to plan the power grid.

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Maybe some fourier analysis treating the historical demand-time graph as a waveform? From there you can tweak the periodicity and see where you get the spikiest waveform (which corresponds to the greatest correlation)
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