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Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use
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Open Source, Open data, Open Minds - Using smartphone games to study recreational drug use

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Talk given by Dr. Caspar Addyman at Open Knowledge Foundation Conference, Berlin, 2011(http://okcon.org)

Talk given by Dr. Caspar Addyman at Open Knowledge Foundation Conference, Berlin, 2011(http://okcon.org)

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  • 1. Open Science, Open Data, Open Minds: Using smartphones games to study recreational drug use Caspar Addyman (Birkbeck, University of London) YourBrainOnDrugs.net Open Knowledge Convention Berlin Friday, 1st July 2011
  • 2. Motivations Bufo alvarius Epipedobates tricolor
  • 3. Motivations
    • 41 new recreational drugs in EU in 2010 (EMCDDA)
    • 4. Most casual drug users are poly drug user
    • 5. Self experimentation requires better data
    • 6. Big data = better data
    • 7. Everyone's got a smartphone
    • 8. Smartphones are smart
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/genista/249525571/
  • 9. Motivations
    • Alcohol is a drug too.
    • 10. The most widely used and abused drug
    • 11. The most harmful to individuals
    • 12. The most harmful to society
    (ISCD 2010)
  • 13. Beliefs / Caveats
  • 18. Boozerlyzer How am I feeling? What have I drunk? And another thing.. Games! Fun, addictive and scientific Personal information & privacy settings Charts,feedback & analysis High scores – personal & global. Lab Points to encourage use
  • 19. Our data framework YourBrainonDrugs.net Secure (https) Processed Data Data & analytics freely available Anonymized Raw Data
  • 20. Boozerlyzer – Drinks
      Alarms
        – Data nag, BAC warning, Hangover tracking
    Cumulative totals by the week, month or year Add beer, wine or spirits. Log of everything in this session Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
      Like NHS Drinks Tracker (but better)
  • 21. Boozerlyzer – Self Reports
    • Free text self report
    • Google speech recognition
  • 24. Boozerlyzer – Games
  • 25. Boozerlyzer – Games 2
    • Whack-a-mole
    • 26. Reaction Time, Coordination, Inhibition
    • 27. Implicit learning
    • Number Stroop
    • 28. Increasing difficulty
    • 29. Inhibition, Reaction Time, Coordination
    9 17
  • 30. Boozerlyzer – Games 3
    • Emotionally valent words
    • 31. With norms (valence, arousal, dominance, frequency)
    • 200+ synomyns for being drunk
  • 32. Boozerlyzer – Charts
    • Drinks & Blood Alcohol
    • Happiness, Energy & est. drunkeness
    • Varying time periods
  • 33. Boozerlyzer – Analysis
      How much am I actually drinking?
      The Pool Curve
      More ...
  • 34. Open Science / Open Data
      YourBrainonDrugs.net
  • 35. Legal & ethical issues Problem Solution (?) Anonymity One-way encryption Data protection Directive 95/46/EC Data licence CC-0 Legal liability Disclaimer Research Ethics Advisory board & peer review ASK THE EXPERTS
  • 36. Where are we now?
    • Testing & release
      • Alpha – right now
      • 37. Beta – August
      • 38. Public beta – September
    • Source Code – available now
      • ( http://github.com/YourBrain/YourBrain )
    • Methodology paper – in progress
      • ( http://yourbrainondrugs.net/tiki )
  • 39. The future..
    • Drugs
    • 40. BIG data
    • 41. SMALL data
    • 42. O t h e r data
    • 43. YOU
      • We are actively seeking funding, collaborators, partners and technical wizards
  • 44. Thank you! [email_address] @BrainStraining

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