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Ian Forrester

ActivityWatch - 0 views

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    "ActivityWatch is an app that automatically tracks how you spend time on your devices. It is open source, privacy-first, cross-platform, and a great alternative to services like RescueTime, ManicTime, and WakaTime. It can help you keep track of time spent on different projects, kick bad screen habits, or just understand how you spend your time."
Ian Forrester

phyphox - Physical Phone Experiments - 0 views

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    Use your smartphone as a mobile lab
Ian Forrester

Data Sense - 0 views

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    "Data Sense is a research experiment at Intel Labs. We wanted to see if it is possible to make data more accessible to those of us without stats degrees. To test out some ideas, we built this tool. "
Ian Forrester

Home - Open Humans - 0 views

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    Open Humans is a platform that allows you to upload, connect, and privately store your personal data - such as genetic, activity, or social media data. Once you've added data, you can to donate it: you might choose to share some publicly , and you can join and contribute to diverse research projects. Thus, we turn the traditional research pipeline on its head: you are at the center and in control of when you share your data. We want to empower you to explore your data
Ian Forrester

TwArχiv - 0 views

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    Twitter archives are a rich source of data for doing research into numerous things: Learning about social media and interaction networks, gaining insights into movement patterns based on geolocations and even doing sentiment analysis based on the tweets. And the best part of it: Unless you have a protected Twitter account this data is already public. So why not share it? The TwArχiv takes in your Twitter archive and generates interesting visualizations from your own tweets, including tweet volume over time and your interaction/movement patterns.
Ian Forrester

FitnessSyncer joins your health and fitness clouds into one Dashboard and Str... - 0 views

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    FitnessSyncer unifies your data in one convenient place so you can make informed decisions toward better results. Analyze your data in our customizable dashboard, stream, exportable calendar, daily analyzer, and more! You're already doing the hard work
Ian Forrester

CDT and Fitbit Report on Best Privacy Practices for R&D in the Wearables Industry | Cen... - 1 views

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    Wearable sensor technology has the potential to transform health care and our understanding of our own bodies and habits. The investigation and testing of these sensors in the commercial sector offer an unprecedented opportunity to leverage biometric data, both to improve individual health through the development of better products and to advance the public good through research. However, research with wearable sensor data must be done in a manner that is respectful of ethical considerations and consumer privacy
Ian Forrester

Big Mother Is Watching You: The Track-Everything Revolution Is Here Whether You Want It... - 0 views

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    "If you keep your fitness-related New Year's resolutions in 2015, it'll likely be thanks to the new wave of devices and apps that have taken monitoring things like newborn sleep patterns and blood oxygenation from geek hobby to mass-market juggernaut. But what happens when companies have access to the most mundane details about our bodies? "
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