QS Berlin22 November 2012The Quantified SelfSteven Dean@sgdean
My start
BLUE!   BLUE-!   YELLOW-!   YELLOW!   ORANGE!         ORANGE-
        GREEN!    GREEN!                               BROWN...
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68        67              66                  42     RESTING HEART RATE
QS as a disciplinedpractice.
Sep 1, 20118:30 am
Sep 2, 20118:00 am
Sep 6, 20117:13 am
Sep 8, 20118:05 am
Forms in Google Docs
QS and personal science
Seth’s Blogself-experimentation
The Quantified Self bloglaunches 2007
September 2008
October 2008
New York QSJune 2009
Mimi O. Chunmimiochun.see.me
daytum.com
Nicholas Feltonfeltron.com
The Quantified SelfOver 70 meetupsOver 10,000 membersOver 300 videos
memory      calories        genomicsweight      steps           diabetescognition   goals           breathingexercise    r...
1. What did you do?2. How did you do it?3. What did you learn?
QS show & tell talks
How visualizing healthproblems could helpsolve medicalmysteries
What Katie learned...• Antibiotics made her sicker.• Doctors are skeptical of  another patient-created graph.• But health ...
Would adopting acarbohydrate-restricteddiet result in a statisticallysignificant difference inblood glucose?
What Jana learned...• Statistically significant change• Took time to adjust insulin• Visualizations help a lot
Laurie Fricklauriefrick.com
If we can measure it,we can improve it.
Walter De Brouwer
Thank you.Steven Deansteven@prehype.comtwitter.com/sgdean
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QS Berlin

  1. 1. QS Berlin22 November 2012The Quantified SelfSteven Dean@sgdean
  2. 2. My start
  3. 3. BLUE! BLUE-! YELLOW-! YELLOW! ORANGE! ORANGE-
 GREEN! GREEN! BROWN! Rate of spilling sugar!
  4. 4. 48
  5. 5. 68 67 66 42 RESTING HEART RATE
  6. 6. QS as a disciplinedpractice.
  7. 7. Sep 1, 20118:30 am
  8. 8. Sep 2, 20118:00 am
  9. 9. Sep 6, 20117:13 am
  10. 10. Sep 8, 20118:05 am
  11. 11. Forms in Google Docs
  12. 12. QS and personal science
  13. 13. Seth’s Blogself-experimentation
  14. 14. The Quantified Self bloglaunches 2007
  15. 15. September 2008
  16. 16. October 2008
  17. 17. New York QSJune 2009
  18. 18. Mimi O. Chunmimiochun.see.me
  19. 19. daytum.com
  20. 20. Nicholas Feltonfeltron.com
  21. 21. The Quantified SelfOver 70 meetupsOver 10,000 membersOver 300 videos
  22. 22. memory calories genomicsweight steps diabetescognition goals breathingexercise relationships allergiesfood words hearing lossmood silence stresssleep arguments placebostime sex datingmoney dreams happinesslocation books read ...
  23. 23. 1. What did you do?2. How did you do it?3. What did you learn?
  24. 24. QS show & tell talks
  25. 25. How visualizing healthproblems could helpsolve medicalmysteries
  26. 26. What Katie learned...• Antibiotics made her sicker.• Doctors are skeptical of another patient-created graph.• But health visualizations can be a great storytelling tool.• Memories are data too.
  27. 27. Would adopting acarbohydrate-restricteddiet result in a statisticallysignificant difference inblood glucose?
  28. 28. What Jana learned...• Statistically significant change• Took time to adjust insulin• Visualizations help a lot
  29. 29. Laurie Fricklauriefrick.com
  30. 30. If we can measure it,we can improve it.
  31. 31. Walter De Brouwer
  32. 32. Thank you.Steven Deansteven@prehype.comtwitter.com/sgdean
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