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Personal informatics is a class of tools that help people collect personally relevant information for the purpose of self-reflection and self-monitoring. These tools help people gain self-knowledge about one's behaviors, habits, and thoughts. It goes by other names such as living by numbers, personal analytics, quantified self, and self-tracking.

Publications


Personal informatics for everyday life


Amon Rapp, Federica Cena


International Journal of Human-computer Studies \/ International Journal of Man-machine Studies, 2016 Aug 30, pp. 1-17


Beyond Abandonment to Next Steps: Understanding and Designing for Life after Personal Informatics Tool Use


Daniel A. Epstein, Monica Caraway, Chuck Johnston, An Ping, James Fogarty, Sean A. Munson


chi, Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2016 Apr 6, pp. 1109-1113


Adolescent and Caregiver use of a Tethered Personal Health Record System.


Matthew K. Hong, Lauren Wilcox, Clayton Feustel, Karen Wasileski-Masker, Thomas A. Olson, Stephen F. Simoneaux


2015 Nov 31


A lived informatics model of personal informatics


Daniel A. Epstein, An Ping, James Fogarty, Sean A. Munson


ubicomp, Ubiquitous Computing, 2015 Aug 6, pp. 731-742


Motivational affordances and personality types in personal informatics


Yamini Karanam, Leslie Filko, Lindsay Kaser, Hanan Alotaibi, Elham Makhsoom, Stephen Voida


ubicomp, Ubiquitous Computing, 2014 Aug 12, pp. 79-82


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Personal Informatics


ianli​@personalinformatics​.org