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  • Statistics when tags have a significant impact? (Can Oura do what Whoop does?)
    Oura doesn't do this but does it as a separate (paid) service. - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
  • New to quantified self community - recommendations?
    My suggestion is start gathering the easy metrics like Food (My Fitness Pal, Fat Secret, Chronograph), Body metrics like weight and measurements (spreadsheet, smart scale), Activity details like steps, sleep or heart rate (smart watch). From there the golden question is where to house all that data to perform analytics. Something like can be useful to aggregate all that date. Myself, I am writing an... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Track Social Interactions (Not Social Media, but IRL)
    As far as tracking your personal sociability, I personally use Exist, and I made a custom attribute of "sociability" that I rate from 1-9 each day. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • How to run several python scripts on the cloud on a regular schedule? For free?
    I'm currently working on a side project that is about creating a personal analytics dashboard along the or with something like streamlit. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Alcohol, supplements, exercise etc
    FWIW, fills the gap on Oura's lack of tagging. Not free tho. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • App to analyze daytime HR?
    I haven't tried it but you might check out Exist. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • I created a new web dashboard for the Oura Ring
    Specially when you consider you have already people working on that and provide quite good insigths and give some trial to check on them like metriport (not much mature and more like data collection) and (probably the one I liked the most so far from what I tried with funny insigths and lots of data collection. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • Data sovereignty and QS
    Which I consider a good thing because the insights gathered from a single user are almost meaningless. I don't know. I use and it definitely tries to create insights from as many sources as possible. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • What is a better App for Data reviewing/ Readiness score Algorithm? - understand the relationship between your habits and Oura scores. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • Need something to track when I wake up in the morning
    I'm a co-founder of Exist which can do this. It might be overkill if you're not interested in tracking anything else, or finding patterns in how other things affects/are affected by your wake up time, but it can do what you're looking for:. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • 10 Internet of things health websites - ideas from hundreds of self-tracking projects, optimize your health with gyroscope trackers, huge list of over 1,200 IOT companies
    Https:// Track whatever you like. Bring your activity from your phone or fitness tracker, add other services like your calendar for greater context on what you're up to, and manually enter anything else you care about. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • What features would you want from a third party Oura app?
    What are you planning on doing that doesn't already have? - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • Apps for tracking medication
    If you want to track your mood or symptoms, I'm a co-founder of a paid service (with a free trial) called Exist that has mood tracking built-in and you can track anything else you like as a tag or a number and it will find patterns and correlations in the data for you. Lots of people use Exist to track their meds as well, either as the amount taken each day or just a tag for whether they took it or not. For... - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
  • Why aren’t tags integrated in trends?
    You could also take a look at - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • Is there an app to track all my data in one place?
    Try and Bearable. I actually use both as they give me slightly different types of data. I would recommend trying both - unfortunately premium is what you'll want, but I'd consider them worth it. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Exist now supports manual tracking
    I'm Belle, one of the co-founders of Exist. Regulars of the sub probably know Exist already, but for those who don't, it's a personal analytics service that helps you find trends, correlations, and insights in your data. - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • I put my whole life into a single database
    If you want to do something similar without hosting it yourself, you can try my thing It has a full API in addition to a bunch of integrations. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • Launching my first-ever app! Need your support and feedback.
    It seems very similar to a product I already use, Exist. Did you take inspiration from them, or did you even know that they existed (pun intended)? - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Beginner ambitions
    I'm one of the founders of Exist, which aims to do exactly this. We integrate with Oura and Toggl, as well as Google Fit and Apple Health, and a bunch of other services. We also support custom tags and we're currently beta testing support for creating and manually tracking your own attributes for anything we can't sync from other services. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Ten Years of Logging My Life
    I've recently began to take life tracking semi-seriously and mostly use "off the shelf" tools. A good all-around dashboard is [](, capable of pulling data from multiple sources like RescueTime and various health-monitoring applications that come with smart watches. - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Syncing all your health apps and devices
    I really wished I had everything in one app and that it generated insight reports. Today I noticed that my bowel movements were type 1 on the bristol stool chart and realized it was because I ate french hot dogs yesterday and not my usual high fiber food. I would be cool to get an immediate notification like "Your recent bowel movements indicates a poor diet. You should consider eating more fibre in your next... - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago

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