For my final project, I want to make a web page about cherry blossom related data in Japan. I would like to use different tools I learnt in this semester to do data visualization in order to compare their strengths and weaknesses.
In the previous six weeks, I used different tools to track myself. I got a bunch of data such as my daily sleep hours, walking distance, calorie for each meal, time spent on iPhone and etc. What's interesting is that all these are numbers. By making charts and diagrams, I can hav...
This week we went through the basics of web map and the history of mapping. After reading "Experimental Geography: From Cultural Production to the Production of Space" by Trevor Paglen, I came up with the idea that building a time-based digital map, which can show the recent photos I took with iPhone.
ABOUT:Develop a method to hack one (or more) of your tracking apps. Software or hardware solutions or a combo of both are welcome. Document your process. Write a short reflection about your hack - how did you do it? What information is gained or lost? What are the implications of hacking your data in the way that you did?
I found out that those APPs which are social based interventions have less effect on me. I think it is because I don't care much about how people judge me. And I'm not often influenced by the people around me. Instead, I care more about my true feelings, such as, do I have any progress today? Do I have...
I built a food service based on my self-tracking of what I eat during a day, and how much time I spend on the whole process of eating, including the time I go grocery shopping, on the way to the restaurant, waiting for food, etc.
From my self-tracking, I found out six pain points as following.