Power Point Slides of My “Hacking Happiness” Presentation

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As promised, posting the full Power Point slides of my “Hacking Happiness” presentation from NY Quantified Self meetup. In this self-tracking experiment, I looked at how different aspects of well-being, personal values and everyday activities predict my happiness.

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3 Responses to Power Point Slides of My “Hacking Happiness” Presentation

  1. Ivy League says:

    Check out http://happinessformula.pbworks.com/w/page/16643758/FrontPage, they are working on something similar to your happiness project. Adn their formula looks almost the same!

  2. Joshua Rosenblum says:

    Hey.

    What do you feel is the value to using the sliding value in rTracker vs. just a 10 point scale? (thanks for the tip on rTracker – I’m using it now)

  3. Measured Me says:

    hi Joshua,

    There is an ongoing debate in social sciences/statistics on whether Likert scale (e.g. 1-5 disagree-agree, or even 10-point scale) can represent the “continuous” nature of the construct that it is measuring, since it is in fact more like a number of ordered categories. I personally prefer sliding scale because it allows you to get more variability (e.g., with 10-point scale you can only get 7 or 8, but with sliding scale you may have a range of values like 6.9, 7.1, etc.), and that makes the curves “smoother”. Here is interesting post that discusses this issue http://karengracemartin.articlealley.com/can-likert-scale-data-ever-be-continuous-670606.html and you can find more by simply googling “continuous vs. Liker scale”.

    By the way, check out also Track and Share app.

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