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Quantified Self Toronto: Update from October 2011

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Screenshots of system for tracking clothes, library items, and so on.

Screenshots of system for tracking clothes, library items, and so on.


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  • 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. | 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. Thumbnails organized by type and hue Tags for filtering Quick log entry Organized by type and hue Weather
  • 4. Sorting by date last worn: good for load balancing
  • 5. Clothing logs with pictures A visual diary of clothes
  • 6. Clothing log: Now with pictures! Text version makes it easy to search
  • 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. Travel
  • 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. Outfit densityResult: Less efficient than Ihoped, but that was okay. Pretty good use
  • 11. Clothing logs with pictures A visual diary of clothes
  • 12. Work in progress: Library tracking
  • 13. Sacha Chua - @sachachome.livinganawesomelife.comlivinganawesomelife.comNext steps:Make a network graph of clothes?Streamline morning and evening routinesGraph library in/outflow