PMData - A Sports Logging Dataset

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Description: In this dataset, we present the PMData dataset that aims to combine the traditional lifelogging with sports activity logging. Such a dataset enables development of several interesting analysis applications, e.g., where additional sports data can be used to predict and analyze everyday developments like a persons weight and sleep patterns, and where traditional lifelog data can be used in a sports context to predict an athletes performance. In this respect, we have used the Fitbit Versa 2 smart watch wristband, the PMSYS sports logging app and Google forms for the data collection, and PMData contains logging data for 3 months from 12 persons. Our initial experiments show that such analyses are possible, but there are still large rooms for improvements.

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PMData: A Sports Logging Dataset [preprint] In this dataset, we present the PMData dataset that aims to combine the traditional lifelogging with sports activity logging. Such a dataset enables development of several interesting analysis applications, e.g., where additional sports data can be used to predict and analyze everyday developments like a persons weight and sleep patterns, and where trad...

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