Ok, now we are talking.
>>The idea is that it passively collects data on my life, with very little input from me.
How does this work exactly? How do you get output w/o input?
I'm combining your two emails to ask these questions in one place.
>>I store all my data in a relational database.
What database? If only it was Filemaker.
>> Right now I passively track:
I've got problems with this word passively. Where do the numbers in your data actually come from? If you don't meditate, what does your donut show, zero? Then when you meditate your brain transfers the thought waves to your computer somehow?
Books you read are magically transferred how exactly?
I track most of these by inputting the data.
I don't get what you are doing that is "passively."
If you are online Productively 8 hours, and Unproductively 4, that means you are online 12 hours for that one day?
Also, that word "productivity" is very subjective.
Time spent online, along with productivtity and unproductivity (Rescuetime)
Weight (Withings smart scale)
Pomodoro time (Toggl.com)
Time spent programming (Wakatime)
Top artists and songs for the month (Spotify)
Books read (Goodreads)
articles written (Medium)
Meditation time (insight timer)
I'd like to create a passive mood tracker, something that can determine my mood based on a photo that I take (either by desktop or mobile).