As part of a CPSC 583 course at the University of Calgary, Javier López-Montenegro Ramil created three distinct visualizations to keep track of personal data, then later created an interface to interlock these visualizations together. Javier asked himself three questions, and created visualizations for each question.
We are what we eat and what we do. The first visualization logs calorie intake, class time, eating trends, and sleeping patterns.
The second visualization provides insight into how late or early Javier is to class based on the weather, and shows Javier’s travel speed.
Thirdly, Javier tracks where his Facebook contacts are located around the globe.
In the final visualization combines all three visualizations to provide a birds eye view of the answers to the above three questions.