Quantified Self Toronto – October 22, 2011Sacha Chua - @sachachome.livinganawesomelife.comlivinganawesomelife.comTracking ...
| Activity      | Avg per day |         Me | Canada ||---------------+-------------+------------+--------|| Work          ...
Thumbnails organized by type and hue                         Tags for filtering                    Quick log entry        ...
Sorting by date last worn: good for load balancing
Clothing logs with pictures       A visual diary       of clothes
Clothing log: Now with pictures!                Text version makes it easy                to search
Clothing view: Previous matches                                 Quick links for logging                           Colour h...
Travel
Analyzing clothing use after travel                    This lets me see how clothes                    were spread out ove...
Outfit densityResult: Less efficient than Ihoped, but that was okay.  Pretty good use
Clothing logs with pictures       A visual diary       of clothes
Work in progress: Library tracking
Sacha Chua - @sachachome.livinganawesomelife.comlivinganawesomelife.comNext steps:Make a network graph of clothes?Streamli...
Quantified Self Toronto: Update from October 2011
Quantified Self Toronto: Update from October 2011
Quantified Self Toronto: Update from October 2011
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Quantified Self Toronto: Update from October 2011

  1. 1. Quantified Self Toronto – October 22, 2011Sacha Chua - @sachachome.livinganawesomelife.comlivinganawesomelife.comTracking clothes - Planning for travel – LibraryWhat: I figured out my clothes usage and packingefficencyHow: My own systemLearned: Lots!
  2. 2. | Activity | Avg per day | Me | Canada ||---------------+-------------+------------+--------|| Work | 5.8 | 24% | 22% || Unpaid work | 1.2 | 5% | 14% || Personal care | 2.7 | 11% | 7% || Leisure | 6.3 | 26% | 21% || Sleep | 8.0 | 33% | 35% | Sleep Leisure Work Me CanadaPersonal careUnpaid work 0 10 20 30 40
  3. 3. Thumbnails organized by type and hue Tags for filtering Quick log entry Organized by type and hue Weather
  4. 4. Sorting by date last worn: good for load balancing
  5. 5. Clothing logs with pictures A visual diary of clothes
  6. 6. Clothing log: Now with pictures! Text version makes it easy to search
  7. 7. Clothing view: Previous matches Quick links for logging Colour hints To make it easier to go back to favourite combinations: Previously-matched clothing, sorted by frequency To encourage load-balancing: Tag-based matches sorted by last worn date Clothing logs
  8. 8. Travel
  9. 9. Analyzing clothing use after travel This lets me see how clothes were spread out over time, how much I used items, and whether I missed any days in recording. It also lets me see days with multiple outfits (A/B).
  10. 10. Outfit densityResult: Less efficient than Ihoped, but that was okay. Pretty good use
  11. 11. Clothing logs with pictures A visual diary of clothes
  12. 12. Work in progress: Library tracking
  13. 13. Sacha Chua - @sachachome.livinganawesomelife.comlivinganawesomelife.comNext steps:Make a network graph of clothes?Streamline morning and evening routinesGraph library in/outflow
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