QS Gallery: Mark Moschel

November 14, 2013

Today’s gallery image is from the co-organizer of the Chicago QS Meetup group, Mark Moschel. Mark has been experimenting with various methods of self-tracking and has even built a neat SMS-based tracking tool called Ask Me Every. You can read more about his tracking and work at the wonderful Experimentable blog.

This visualization shows 3 months of my happiness data. After reviewing it two years ago, it showed me that I was unhappy when traveling for work and, shortly after, I quit my job.

Be sure to check out the other amazing visualizations in our ongoing QS Gallery. If you have a visualization you’d like to share, just let us know!

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