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  1. Oura Integration

    Please integrate the Oura Ring API

    https://cloud.ouraring.com/docs/

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  2. Import from SleepyHead CPAP software

    Many CPAP users monitor their device behavior using SleepHead, which can understand data from many different CPAP devices and convert it into a standardized format.

    SleepyHead is currently capable of exporting this data as a CSV file. If ZenoBase could import it, that would allow detailed sleep information to be analyzed.

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    There is now a SleepyHead template that can be used when creating a new bucket, please test! Note that the AHI score is mapped to a 0-100 rating for now, as we don’t have a field for arbitrary numeric values.

  3. Dash

    Get trip summary data from Dash, see https://dash.by/developers.html.

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  4. HabitBull

    Habitbull has a feature allowing export to CSV, making this importable should be a relative simple task.

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  5. WakaTime

    Can captures time spent on each project in an IDE. REST API with OAuth2, see https://wakatime.com/developers/.

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  6. Microsoft Health

    incl activity summaries and hour-resolution data

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  7. Misfit

    Get data from the Misfit Shine, Flash, and Beddit.

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  8. NETATMO: Importing Pluviometer data

    Eric, it would be interesting to see the rain/pluviometer data that is in Netatmo's database for those of us that have more modules, as a pluviometer. I don't know if this is so easy as to add another metric to the imported NETATMO data on your app or it means you have to do a lot of programming... Anyway, I'd be glad of you considering the idea.

    Thanks!

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    You should be able to get data from the rain gauge module now: Just create a new bucket with the “Environment (Netatmo)” template, and make sure the “include data from modules” option is checked. Let me know if this works!

  9. iHealth

    I'd love to get some support for iHealth devices, particularly the wireless body analysis scale. It's marginally cheaper than most of the body comp scales out there, but it looks like they've included lean mass, bone mass, water weight, visceral fat, and daily caloric intake (which I guess is basal metabolic rate? Not sure). These are easy enough calculations, but it looks like the scale does them and passes it through to the API. Having that much data available on a daily basis could be really handy, particularly for weight loss and gain (i.e., how much of it is is…

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    Just added support for retrieving activities, step counts, food, glucose, blood pressure/oxygenation, sleep, and weight measurements from iHealth. Please test, and let me know if the data looks right!

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  11. MyTracks

    MyTracks data (.kmz) files that we can import via Google Drive.

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    If you connect My Tracks to Google Fit, you can use the “google-activities” task to import a summary of each tracklog into Zenobase, or you can use the “google-locate” task to geotag data already in Zenobase.

  12. Calorie consumption from Fitbit

    Get daily summaries from Fitbit (and, indirectly, connected MyFitnessPal accounts).

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  13. Associate location data from a GPS tracker with data from other sources

    There are a number of sources of minute by minute GPS coordinate data, including the Moves API (although the current Moves integration only imports activities, not low-level GPS data)

    These sources can answer the question "where was I at a specific time", and you can chart this data to answer simple location-by-time questions like "where do I spend most of my time" or "do I walk more at weekends or in the week".

    However to be really useful, you want to be able to use this low-level data to add a location to other events. Then you can answer more…

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  14. RescueTime Integration

    RescueTime Integration

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  15. 3 votes
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  16. Share charts to social media

    Post charts and other widgets to Pinterest, Twitter, G+, Facebook etc

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  17. Reporter

    Get data from Reporter App

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  18. 2 votes
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    There is now support for retrieving basic sleep and activity summaries from Hexoskin. Please test, and let us know about additional use cases and data that you’d like to have supported…

  20. Configurable sizing of clusters in map

    Instead of having clusters always sized by count, should have the option to have the size of a cluster reflect the aggregate value (avg/min/max/sum) of a field.

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    The heatmap widget can now be based on the sum of the values in a field, e.g. total time spent, or distance covered etc. Probably going to phase out the old map widget eventually.

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