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36 tools tagged "energy"

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. As such, you can use Excel to record various information about yourself. One way is to record your data by date. First, you make a column representing dates and another column for the data that you want to track (e.g., steps). Every day, you fill in a row with the date and how many steps you took for that date. When you have several weeks of data, you can use Excel to generate graphs of your step counts over time.

URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, lifelogging, money, productivity, sleep
Price: $100+
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MorningCoach.com

MorningCoach.com is the world's first and largest Personal Evolution System bringing you the best in: Personal Development, Self-Help, Goal Setting, Self-Improvement, Positive Thinking, and Life Coaching

URL: http://www.morningcoach.com/

Tags: Android, energy, goals, health, iPhone, learning, lifestyle, money, mood, social, productivity, relationships
Price: $10-50
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Pachube

Pachube is a technically oriented website for sharing data streams from realtime sensors, such as environmental monitors (temperature, humidity, etc), or any other internet connected data source. You can publish your own data streams to Pachube using their API, and you can search or brows for data streams that other people are providing. The Pachube website lets you create live graphs of data streams from public devices, and embed them in websites. Developers can use data shared on Pachube in their applications and Pachube can be configured to notify your application when certain conditions are met.

URL: http://www.pachube.com

Tags: location, energy, API, web app
Price: $100+, $10-50, free
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Tumblr

Tumblr is a popular microblogging platform. It allows you to post short messages, pictures, links, audio easily. Because of its easy-to-use interface, Tumblr could be a great tool to track information about oneself. You can write short-form posts about your activities, take pictures to represent your activities, and record sounds. Since it's a microblogging site, your posts will be shown as a list of blog posts. If you want to visualize your data, you can fetch your data using their API, which you can feed to visualizations that you make.

URL: http://www.tumblr.com/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, location, mood, productivity, web app
Price: free
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FuelFrog

FuelFrog analyses your gas mileage to produce efficiency and spending trends. Data can be entered using the web, or twitter for free, or using a 99c iPhone app.

URL: http://www.fuelfrog.com

Tags: iPhone, energy, money, web app
Price: $1-10, free
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StepGreen

StepGreen is a community site which allows people to share concrete suggestions for reducing their resource consumption. Actions are described along with their impact in terms of reduction of cost, energy, and CO2 emissions, and there's a discussion board for each item. StepGreen allows you to register your commitment to take any of the actions and then to record how often you actually take them. The site displays graphs showing the cumulative savings resulting from the actions you have taken.

URL: http://www.stepgreen.org

Tags: energy, money, social, web app
Price: free
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Wattvision

Wattvision provides an energy sensor that connects your electricity meter to a web service. It requires physically proximity to the electricity meter, and a wifi connection. Once connected you can view your whole-house energy usage on a continuous basis on the web or a smartphone (updated every 10 seconds) and use this information to reduce your energy consumption by identifying costly appliances or unexpected uses of electricity, as well as to predict future energy bills.

URL: http://www.wattvision.com

Tags: Android, API, energy, iPhone, money, web app
Price: $100+
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WattzOn

WattzOn is a website which provides tools for assessing your energy usage and comparing it to others. It offers a questionnaire for estimating your usage based on your housing, commuting, flights taken and other factors. You can then see visualizations breaking this information down as well as comparing it with the average, or with individual other users. There are tools for sharing your energy information on twitter or your blog, as well as a game for 'facing off' with other users. WattzOn also accepts data from certain kinds of internet connected power meter for inclusion in your profile.

URL: http://www.wattzon.com

Tags: API, energy, social
Price: free
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PICOwatt™ Smart Plug by Tenrehte

WiFi enabled Smart Plug collects energy usage data, allows users to remotely control power and set on/off schedules using a web browser. Users can log into the PICOWatt and turn on/off lights or create a schedule to more efficiently manage power for appliances such that they run during lower cost energy periods. The data collection function is very useful for understanding standby power and creating energy efficient schedules that remove power from devices while they are 'off'. (Device not yet available)

URL: http://www.tenrehte.com/products/

Tags: energy
Price: $50-100
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Efergy e2 Wireless Electricity Monitor

The e2 is a wireless electricity monitor for your household. It allows you to see your electricity usage on your computer, and track your carbon footprint. Energy usage is displayed in kilowatt hours, as would be shown on your bill, and by inputting your local rate, can be shown as expected price. Seeing instant usage allows you to see the effects of turning on and off lights, unplugging unused devices, and lets you get instant feedback on your energy usage. It is sold in the UK; it is unclear if it works outside the UK.

URL: http://www.efergy.com/Products/efergy-Shop-Energy-Monitors/EFERGY/Efergy-E2/pid-184320.aspx

Tags: energy, gadget
Price: $50-100
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86 members tagged "energy"

John Amschler

Hi I'm a Wireless Technology Designer who likes to make great technology useful for everyone! I track Sleep, Activity, Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate Variability, Location, Computer time and other data using Zeo, BodyMedia Fit, Digifit, Withings, Pol

Tags: fitness, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, mood, money, sleep, location, health, iPhone, energy, relationships, productivity, gadget
San Diego, California, United States


Martijn Aslander

Setting things in motion.Doing this by solving problems, creating opportunities. Manically positive. Explorer of the network and information age. Co-founder of lifehacking.nl, 7 days of inspiration, quantified self Europe and co-author of the book "Easyc

Tags: goals, relationships, health, iPhone, energy, web app, fitness, lifestyle, gadget, productivity, social, lifelogging, mood, learning
Groningen, The Netherlands, United States


Emmanuel Gadenne

@QSParis cofunder : 1st french spoken QS meetup group ! Web & collaborative solutions manager @ Sopra Consulting. Talk to me > @egadenne

Tags: goals, location, relationships, sleep, iPhone, web app, mood, fitness, lifestyle, lifelogging, social, learning, API, health, medicine, food, productivity, Android, energy, money, gadget
Paris, France, United States


Beau Gunderson

Interested in sleep tracking, mapping/geography, and data visualization. http://www.beaugunderson.com/

Tags: API, medicine, location, sleep, health, iPhone, energy, learning, mood, lifelogging, social, gadget, lifestyle, productivity
Seattle, Washington, United States


Kristina Hathaway McCauley

Tags: Android, health, sleep, energy, mood, productivity, learning
Mountain View, CA, United States


Janet Chang

Tags: Android, health, goals, relationships, medicine, sleep, energy, money, fitness, learning, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, productivity
San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States


Burt Lum

Digital Ronin interested in the Quantified World

Tags: location, health, energy, iPhone, fitness, lifelogging, social, food, gadget, lifestyle, productivity, sleep
Honolulu, HI, United States


Steven Dean

I lead the NYC Quantified Self. Teach health innovation using self-tracking, self-experimentation and behavior change at Parsons and NYU ITP. Ironman triathlete and endurance athlete. g51studio.com

Tags: health, medicine, relationships, location, goals, money, sleep, API, iPhone, fitness, mood, food, social, gadget, lifestyle, productivity, Android, web app, lifelogging, learning, energy
New York, NY, United States


Kristian Rönn

http://kristianronn.com/

Tags: Android, goals, location, health, sleep, energy, web app, fitness, learning, mood, food, lifelogging, social, gadget, lifestyle, productivity, money
Lund, Sweden, United States


Paul Bond

Lifestyle design coach/consultant @ www.paulbond.com I have a long background in medicine/healthcare, management, technology and small business management. I run a successful educational and consulting company, blog and podcast that has been consistently

Tags: energy, fitness, gadget, goals, health, iPhone, learning, lifestyle, medicine, money, productivity
Bunnel, Florida


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