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I tracked many things especially cog testing apps in a 1k line text file. I parsed it into R and can have that spit out any csv file. Can ZB read that data?3 votes
Provide a task for automatically retrieving data from the Nomie app via Dropbox.13 votes
Nomie 3 no longer exports to Dropbox.
AlcoDroid is an alcohol consumption tracker, drinks diary and blood alcohol content calculator. AlcoDroid helps you get a better handle of what you drink and change your drinking habits. Optionally it also tracks costs of your drinks.
AlcoDroid also provides an estimate of your blood alcohol content (BAC) based on the drinks you've logged, plots your BAC development in a chart and indicates when you get below the legal limit or back to sobriety.1 vote
This app has no API or data export option, as far as we know.
I'd love to see Loseit! integrated.1 vote
Lose It! doesn’t appear to have an API, but does send data to Google Fit and Apple Health, which we support (latter via the Hipbone app, see http://blog.zenobase.com/post/143121853082).
Apple Health is at the core of health of almost all iOS devices, which billions of people use. It already supports tons of iOS apps. Getting data from apple health would allow you to pull data from many fields, giving users an instant boom of health data3 votes
No plans to directly support Apple Health (since they have no web API or functioning data export), but see http://blog.zenobase.com/post/143121853082.
I'd love to see a manual or some form or user guide for Zenobase on how to use it. Some of the blog entries help but for the most part there's hardly any documentation available.2 votes
We’ll write proper documentation as soon as we figure out how to use Zenobase ;-) For now, there is the blog, the screen casts on our YouTube channel, and the API docs at https://zenobase.com/#/api/.
Any chance of a Nest integration? For thermostat data---temp, humidity, current HVAC status, set temp, etc? Thanks!1 vote
Nest would be a great data source. Unfortunately, their API only supports retrieving the current temperature etc, and does not provide access to a user’s historic data.
Pain, headache app integration1 vote
Happy to add support for specific apps for tracking headaches etc (provided they have an API or data export).
Retrieve data (incl activities, sleep, apps used and music) from Sony's Lifelog app See http://www.sonymobile.com/us/apps-services/lifelog/ and https://developer.sony.com/develop/services/lifelog-api/.11 votes
Sony Lifelog was shut down in July 2020.
I would like zenobase to connect to MyFitnessPal so I can track what I eat vs the amount of sleep and steps I take.3 votes
Would love to add direct support for MyFitnessPal, but they haven’t given us access to their API so far.
One way to get data from MyFitnessPal into Zenobase is via Jawbone; does that work for you?
Support complete data from Digifit iCardio. Activities, weight, blood pressure, pulse...3 votes
Contacted Digifit. There is no API :-(
Get data from any food and weight tracker (weight, calories, protein, carbs and fat consumed) like MyFitnessPal or FatSecret. For those who go to the gym only calories is not enough, quality of that calories makes much more value.3 votes
Going to forget about FatSecret for now, as there hasn’t been enough demand, and they currently don’t have any mechanism for their users to discover 3rd party services.
Noom Walk (steps)0 votes
Unfortunately Noom doesn’t have an API [https://noom.uservoice.com/forums/165676-feature-requests-noom-weight-for-android/suggestions/5227868-public-api-to-integrate-into-other-services], but will revisit once (if) they do.
Meanwhile, it should be possible to do one-off imports of csv files exported from Noom’s apps, but this requires some scripting [http://blog.zenobase.com/post/84362516897].
Support CubeSensors as an alternative to Netatmo.13 votes
While the service still appears to be up & running, it doesn’t look like CubeSensors are being sold anymore.
Added to personal data imported from trackers, you could add some default, public and very useful buckets as moon phases of weather on a daily basis. That could really very of much interest trying to correlate those variables with personal data and events. Thanks!0 votes
Git commits (to count as a productivity signal)
(Perhaps this could be done as a general HTTP connector with some API, to enable several less mainstream uses, including Bitbucket, Customer support systems counting finished errands, etc)0 votes
Have been thinking about supporting GitHub, but am not sure what data is useful, other than frequency of commits [https://zenobase.uservoice.com/forums/163416-general/suggestions/6079398-github].
Meanwhile, you could use custom hook scripts to post data to Zenobase via the API [https://zenobase.com/#/api/].
Get data from Facebook, including status updates, checkins, interactions...16 votes
this app is similar to MOVES can you add an option to use it instead?8 votes
Looks like Saga’s API won’t be happening anytime soon (read http://aroinc.tumblr.com/post/91867620789/changes-at-a-r-o), so closing this idea for now :-(
Provide a "task" that can be added to any bucket that has events with a timestamp and a duration, and that will use minute-resolution calorie burn data from BodyMedia to add a calorie total to each place.4 votes
Looks like the BodyMedia FIT is no longer available for sale, so spending much time on this doesn’t make much sense for us. But might reconsider this for new devices, if any of them provide minute-resolution calories burned.
Azumio app information- apps include Instant Heart Rate, Stress Check, Sleep Time, Argus (steps). It all seems to end up in their API, which has a JSON export. Info here: https://getsatisfaction.com/azumio_inc/topics/export_your_azumio_data_here_at_last3 votes
Would love to support Azumio, but am putting this on hold until Azumio has an officially supported (and documented) API.
Meanwhile, I’m happy to help anyone who is able to run scripts (Node.js, Python, Ruby…) convert JSON or CSV data from Azumio (or elsewhere) into a form that can be imported into Zenobase directly.
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