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<h1>Staying informed, in touch and ‘in sync’ with society during times of crisis: The smartphone use of Flemish adults during the COVID-19 pandemic</h1> <h2>Data description</h2> <p>| Variable | Description | | ------ | ----------- | | date | date in format <code>dd/mm/yyyy</code> | | mean_duration_min | mean duration (in minutes) per person per time period | | mean_session | average amount of sessions per person per time period, one session starts when activating the smartphone and ends when the screen get disabled | | mean_notification | mean apps opened by tapping on a notification per time period | | category | app category, used in combined graphs | | mean_appevents | average amount of apps opened per person, per time period | | startTime | datetime in format <code>dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss</code> | | session_pct_long | percentage of daily sessions per person longer than five minutes | | appevents_pct_long | percentage of daily appevents per person longer than five minutes |</p> <h2>Data annotations</h2> <p>| Date | Description | | ---- | ----------- | | 01/03/2020 | first case on Belgian ground | | 11/03/2020 | first Belgian death | | 12/03/2020 | first set of lockdown measures | | 12/03/2020 17:00:00 | security council | | 12/03/2020 22:30:00 | press conference first set of lockdown measures | | 18/03/2020 | second set of lockdown measures |</p>
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