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Simple visualizations of my personal data from Oura

Oura Activity

Filter Dates:
January 13 - April 12, 2024
Daily Activity Score
4
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Total Calories Burned
4
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Daily ~Step Count
4
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Distribution of Activity Time
4
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Oura Sleep

Bed Time:
April 5-12, 2024
Time Asleep vs Time in Bed
6
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Distribution of Sleep Cycles
6
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Average Resting Heart Rate
6
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Time to Fall Asleep
6
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Time to Wake Up
6
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Real Bed Time
6
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April 2024

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Oura Readiness

Date:
April 5-12, 2024
Readiness Score
6
Not synced yet
Body Temperature Score Against Overall Readiness
6
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Resting Heart Rate Score Against Overall Readiness
6
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Sleep Balance Score Against Overall Readiness
6
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Heart Rate Variance Against Overall Readiness
6
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Overall Sleep Score Against Overall Readiness Score
6
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Legend- Oura Information

Oura is a smart ring focused on Health. This data is from the Third Generation ring, which has a unique blends of sensors that you don’t find on most typical Bands or Watches. Oura strong pushes scores over metrics, so through this dashboard you’ll see a blend of actual data points against more general scores that range 0 to 100.
- How ready are you for the day?
- How well did you sleep last night?
- How are you balancing your activity, inactivity, and rest?
Score Ranges
85 or Higher - Optimal or Ideal
70 - 84 - Okay to Good
Under 70 - Poor or Undesirable
- Heart rate variability is where the amount of time between your heartbeats fluctuates slightly. Even though these fluctuations are undetectable except with specialized devices, they can still indicate current or future health problems, including heart conditions and mental health issues like anxiety and depression.

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