Know Thyself.

 

Personal informatics is a class of tools that help people collect personally relevant information for the purpose of self-reflection and self-monitoring. These tools help people gain self-knowledge about one's behaviors, habits, and thoughts. It goes by other names such as living by numbers, personal analytics, quantified self, and self-tracking.

This site is a resource for all things related to personal informatics.

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Track Your Happiness
Track Your Happiness
What makes you happy?
TweetYourEats
TweetYourEats
Keep track of your eats using Twitter
FINIS Lap Track
FINIS Lap Track
Underwater lap counter and timer

Pulse
Pulse
Monitor the heartbeat of your small business
MoneyBook
MoneyBook
Track and manage your finances on iPhone
Last Night's Check-ins
Last Night's Check-ins
Last Night's Check-ins is a painless way to keep a log of what you did when you were out based on your Foursquare check-ins.

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Contact

Send links to questions, articles, research, and applications to Ian Li:
ianli@personalinformatics.org

Created by Ian Li. HCII, Carnegie Mellon University.