Personal Informatics in Practice: Improving Quality of Life Through Data — CHI 2012 Workshop
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Personal Health Mashups: Mining significant observations from wellbeing data and context
Frank Bentley, Konrad Tollmar, Cristobal Viedna
There has recently been large growth in relatively inexpensive consumer devices that capture health and wellbeing data. However, most of these devices are not connected to each other and each has their own separate web portal. We will describe our Health Mashups system and how the data mined from multiple wellbeing sensors and contextual information has helped our participants learn deeper insights about their wellbeing and inspire positive changes in their lives which are not visible in traditional time-series plots.
Created by Ian Li
HCII, Carnegie Mellon University.