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Share Your Method of Analysis Without Sharing Your Data

May 10, 2018

We are happy to have a guest post from Bastian Greshake Tzovaras, the director of research at the Open Humans project, on a new way to share personal data analysis methods. Read to the end to learn about a data analysis contest happening this month. Bastian can be found online at @gedankenstuecke. -Steven The Quantified Self community builds…


Contests for Data Gurus

June 10, 2011

I recently came across three contests relevant to the QS community, and wanted to pass them along. 1. data in sight: making the transparent visual This is a hands-on data visualization competition held June 25th and 26th, 2011, at the Adobe Systems, Inc. offices in San Francisco’s SoMa District. Open to coders, programmers, developers, designers, scientists,…


Quantified Self Tool Contest on Cool Tools

May 14, 2011

Here’s your chance to demonstrate your knowledge of self-tracking hardware and win a free ticket to the QS conference in 2 weeks. Kevin Kelly’s site Cool Tools is running a contest: — In particular, we are looking for the best self-tracking hardware (we will still accept reviews of software but you are going to have…


Personal Data Visualization Contest

September 10, 2008

Yesterday was a red letter day in the world of self-quantification, as Nathan Yau declared the winner in his summer-long personal data visualization context. The winner is Tim Graham, whose data blog is an entertaining record of personal data that shows how much narrative (courage, hope, risk, disappointment) can  be packed into a single graph….