Pen and paper

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Related topics Journaling, Symptom tracking

Using pen and paper is a very basic way of tracking data but still widely used and accessible. In particular it can be useful for Journaling, thoughts and note taking and surveying symptoms and states.

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Projects that use this tool  
2004-2040, A Four-Year Journal, A Librarian in Numbers, Data from my iPhone ECG, Debugging My Allergy, Draw a Face a Day, Experience Sampling of My Stress, Learning from Gratitude, Memomics And Longevity, My Father, a Quantified Diabetic, Panic, Personal Science and Other Things, Self Knowledge Through Textile-Based Sensing, Tracking Parkinsons & Medication, Tracking Symptoms, Tracking infants, Tracking my baby's sleep, Walk All of Manhattan
Self researchers who used this tool  
Alberto Frigo, Morris Villarroel, Debbie Chaves, David Albert, Thomas Blomseth Christiansen, Ellis Bartholomeus, Ulrich Atz, Dan Armstrong, Stuart Calimport, Stefan Hoevenaar, Evan Savage, Ian Eslick, Anne Prahl, Sara Riggare, Natasha Gajewski, Ben Blench, Yasmin Lucero, Alastair Tse
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