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Heart Rate October 2017

Data comes from an Apple Watch Series 1, was exported in XML, curated in Tableau and published here for a quick test to gauge responsiveness. Red circles indicate higher heart rates, which here shows going for a run every so often. To go fullscreen click on the button in the bottom right of the visualization.

Activities 2017

Time spent over the months

Reports are self-reported 4 times a day on average. For this the smartphone asks every 3 to 4 hours what I'm up to. I then report the most dominant activity over those last few hours. Data comes from Nicholas Felton's Reporter App, was curated in Excel, published here via rawgraphs.io/ for a quick test to gauge responsiveness and augmented with custom Javascript code to do the paired highlighting between the list items and the streamgraphs.

1207 Reports

Listed is the activity-category on the left with the amount of reports over the year in brackets. What you see is how the amount of time put into certain activities varies over the months.

List of Activities:

Skill Acquirement (211)

Working (180)

Recreation (174)

Community Video Gaming (127)

Commuting (106)

Studies (83)

Socializing (54)

Preparation (53)

Career related (51)

Debriefing (40)

Sick (39)

Entrepreneurship (30)

Eating (21)

Utility (14)

Reflecting (13)

Sports (8)

Health (3)

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec //Streamgraphs göes here Skill-Acquirement Working Recreation CommunityVideoGaming Commuting Studies Socializing Preparation Career Debriefing Sick Entrepreneurship Eating Utility Reflecting Sports Health

Groceries Shopping Patterns 2013-2017

This is a small test

I don't like cash because it's harder to track. Paying with a debit card allows for more accurate book keeping. I keep track over my finances via Outbank2 and am duty-full maintaining the categorical labels across all the different types of expenses (like here for groceries). Data is then exported into .csv cleaned and curated in Excel, fed into Tableau, published on their servers and embedded here for you to look at.To go fullscreen click on the button in the bottom right of the visualization.