We had the QS Copenhagen Meetup #15 with talks on continuous glucose tracking, tracking of running to achieve negative split, sleep and resting heart rate tracking, and a discussion about designing an N=1 experiment.
I was happy to be hosting the second meetup in the recently started data:cph meetup group on Data Science and Machine Learning in Copenhagen.
A great meetup that we hosted at DTU Compute with 100+ participants, and where we contributed with an overview of some of the activities related to “big data” at DTU Compute.
Along with 100+ other QS’ers I participated in the Quantified Self Bay Area Meetup #29 in Berkeley tonight, as well as enjoyed the nice view from Skydeck in Berkeley.
But of course enjoyed most the quite varied mix of show&tell talks and interesting conversations with people deeply engaged in self-tracking – to understand the phenomenon deeper.