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Wednesday, June 24, 2009


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I'd like to run an n=1 experiment to naroml variations of my current lifestyle and behaviors that allow me to make evidence-based decisions to increase my energy level. My objective is to quantify the relative influence that each of these factors have on my energy level:1. Sleep (times, times awaken)2. Exercise (time, intensity)3. Diet (time, general comments/tags)4. Medications Supplements (time each is taken)Two questions:1. What tool or set of tools a. will minimize the burden of data collection?b. have integrated analysis tools to minimize custom coding effort in order to make meaning of the results?(e.g. Keas, The Carrot, Medhelp, Fitbit, Zeo)2. What metric is best for self-assessing mood and energy level?(e.g. I liked the 2-D mood graph that Margie showed at the meetup)Thanks!Jeremy


The webhosting sevrice that i use provide CpanelX for managing the website domain and ETC. It's located in the same group like monitoring bandwidth usage and statistic. It's quite detailed compare to c.counter since c.counter only provide 500 free logs and oh the Awstats also differentiate from bot, newcomer and returning visitor. maybe you could contact your web hosting provider about it.


In the complicated world we live in, it's good to find simple soluitnos.


I created a Windows Application from Visual Studio and started designing the GUI - nothing too difficult, just enough to get the job done.

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