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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Data Tracking

Data Tracking:

'via Blog this'

On Tuesday:

- my FitBit reports 16 minutes of exercise.

- Moves, an iPhone tracking app, reports 39 minutes of walking

- my Jawbone UP2 reports that I was active for 1h19m, and that I had a 24minute walk.

- the Misfit app on my Pebble watch reports 12m of moderate activity, and 44 minutes of light activity.

- this Aetna site reports 51 minutes of exercise, which it says it read from my Moves app.

Go figure.

These devices certainly have inconsistent metrics.

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