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Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets
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Quantified Self - November 2013 - Timesheets

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Presentation from the November Sydney Quantified Self meetup. In this presentation I display five years of timesheet history with annotations based on work and home locations.

Presentation from the November Sydney Quantified Self meetup. In this presentation I display five years of timesheet history with annotations based on work and home locations.

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  1. Timesheets From Woe to Wonder Kelvin Nicholson July 2013
  2. What did you do? How did you do it?  Five years of start/end times  Different houses, different positions  Started with lots of official time sheets (Excel)  Wrote program to extract data from Excel -> CSV  Loaded transformed CSV into Tableau
  3. Q: What did you learn? A: I’m very habitual, until I’m not.
  4. What did you learn?
  5. Q: What did you learn? A: Transport Matters
  6. What did you learn?
  7. Q: What did you learn? A: I am becoming less consistent
  8. What did you learn?
  9. What did you learn?
  10. Q: What did you learn? A: Jun., Nov., and Dec. are my erratic months
  11. What did you learn?
  12. Q: What did you learn? A: I consistently work long on Mondays and Fridays
  13. What did you learn?
  14. Q: What did you learn? A: But not in June, and less towards Christmas
  15. What did you learn?
  16. Final Takeaways  I’m habitual, until I’m not  Start times correspond to train schedules  Start times are becoming less consistent  June, November and December are inconsistent months  I work longest on Mondays and Fridays  I work less the closer we get to Christmas

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