Activity tracking

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Activity tracking typically describes the act of tracking physical activity[1] and is frequently measured through metrics such as steps, calories burned, distance walked/run, heart rate and related proxies for physical activity.

The tracking of activity more broadly are typically variations of time tracking or productivity tracking.

Metrics used in activity tracking[edit | edit source]

A wide number of metrics is used to measure activity, some of the most common one include:

Tools for activity tracking[edit | edit source]

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We talked about this topic in the following meetings  
2022-07-28 Self-Research Chat, 2022-08-18 Self-Research Chat