Fitbit api heart rate

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Functionality of the Fitbit Web Api

Lampros Mouselimis

2021-06-30

The purpose of this Vignette is to show the main functionality of the fitbitViz R package. You can read more about the FitbitWeb API and how to create an application to receive a token and the user-id in the README.md file. For the rest of this vignette I’ll assume that the following variables are defined:

The previous code snippet uses one week of my personal Fitbit data (the 11th week of 2021) to plot my

  • heart rate time series
  • heart rate heatmap
  • heart rate variability during sleep time
  • sleep time series
  • GPS data of outdoor activities
  • 3-dimensional map of activities

The data for all these functions are available to download using the csv buttons in this Rmarkdown file.

heart rate time series

The heart_rate_time_series() function takes the user-id, token, the start- and end-dates, the start- and end-time, the detail level (1 minute) and returns the heart rate time series. Each output plot (of the multiplot) includes in the x-axis the time and in the y-axis the heart rate value. The highest heart rate value (peak) of the day is highlighted using a vertical and horizontal blue line,

Sours: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/fitbitViz/vignettes/fitbit_viz.html

Wearables: Heart Rate Data from FitBit - Part 1

A simple tutorial on extracting Heart Rate data from a fitbit via the fitbit Web API using the fitbitr from Nagi Teramo(teramonagi)

Import Data

Knitting this file poses a challenge as I don’t want to include my OAuth credentials! Solution is for the above chunk to not be evaluated (). Knitting won’t include objects stored in the global environment, so I can’t just assign & in the console prior to knitting.

Instead I will use the chunk below to first save the token in my environment to a file using function. Then on knitting it will recall my saved temporary token to allow the functions to exectue. I will then add to to prevent it being published to this repository.

Heart Rate Data

The fitbit Web API offers two levels of access to Heart Rate data. All applications can access . This offers the temporal resolution of 1 day, returning time spent in each HR zone along with a resting heart rate.

Zones are calculated as follows:

  • Predicted maxHR = 220 - Age in Years
  • Peak = 85-100% of Predicted maxHR
  • Cardio = 70-84% of Predicted maxHR
  • Fat Burn = 50-69% of Predicted maxHR
  • Out of Range = <50% of Predicted maxHR

Personal applications can access the Intraday Time Series with a greater temporal resolution e.g. . However this access is only granted to the data of the owner of the app only!

Given that I would like to experiment with using the Fitbit to monitor patient’s heart rates this is clearly not very useful! Perhaps there is hope though as Fitbit state that “Access to the Intraday Time Series for all other uses is currently granted on a case-by-case basis” and that they are “very supportive of non-profit research and personal projects”!

Heart Rate Time Series

For now, we will focus on . Let’s take a look at the structure of the data it returns for a given . This will take the form . Period may consist of

This is a slightly cumbersome format consisting of a data frame with nested lists. We can ignore as this is simply a function whereby the individual user can alter the range of their zones, this would introduce error when comparing individuals so we can disregard it.

Resting Heart Rate

Let’s start by looking at Resting Heart Rate, as this is the simplest metric and gives us a sense of how the data is structured

This returns an of resting heart rates over the specified, where corresponds to . Thus we can index it to find the resting heart rate on a given day, e.g. the second day of the period with

We can visualise this with a simple plot.

Not very exciting is it?! Resting heart rate is presumably an averaged value (over an unknown time period) so there will be a degree of ‘smoothing’ applied to these values and a 7-day period probably won’t illustrate much. (side note Fitbit community discussion reveals that, as expected, it’s a proprietary secret algorith)

Heart Rate Zones

Now that we’ve got a feel for how the data is stored we can move on to explore the Heart Rate Zones. This will return a of with each list item consisting of a with data for a particular day, for example for the 4th day in the period.

The plot for this will be a little more complicated as we need to transform our data out of list format. First we will use from the package to merge our list items into a single dataframe. We could use from but has a nice argument which will allow us to create a new col who’s value takes on the number of the list item from which the data came from. This can then be re-named to .

We will also remove to columns “caloriesOut”, “max” and “min” which are of little interest. If we had multiple subjects they would all have different vlaues for their “max” and “min” HR zones, but using the zone names would allow a better relative comparison between individuals.

With multiple subjects calling the zones would also be confusing, so we’ll re-name it to which will also give an appropriate legend description in our plot.

Now that we’ve got the data in a suitable format we can plot it. I’ve decided to do a bar chart of minutes per day with the fill corresponding to zones.

Makes me feel rather lazy looking at this! The ‘Out of Range’ label has connotations of exceeding a maximum HR but really it means it’s below the lower limit of ‘Fat Burn’, i.e. .

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Sours: https://www.ctomlinson.net/post/wearables-heart-rate-data-from-fitbit-part-1/
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Hello, I am creating an app that will require access to the heart rate value from the Web API. How do i get the same like this

{ "activities-heart": [ { "customHeartRateZones": [], "dateTime": "today", "heartRateZones": [ { "caloriesOut": 2.3246, "max": 94, "min": 30, "minutes": 2, "name": "Out of Range" }, { "caloriesOut": 0, "max": 132, "min": 94, "minutes": 0, "name": "Fat Burn" }, { "caloriesOut": 0, "max": 160, "min": 132, "minutes": 0, "name": "Cardio" }, { "caloriesOut": 0, "max": 220, "min": 160, "minutes": 0, "name": "Peak" } ], "value": "64.2" } ] }

because i only get this now

{ "activities-heart": [ { "dateTime": "2019-06-19", "value": { "customHeartRateZones": [], "heartRateZones": [ { "max": 95, "min": 30, "name": "Out of Range" }, { "max": 133, "min": 95, "name": "Fat Burn" }, { "max": 162, "min": 133, "name": "Cardio" }, { "max": 220, "min": 162, "name": "Peak" } ] } } ] }

 

Sours: https://community.fitbit.com/t5/Web-API-Development/Heart-rate-Web-API/td-p/3543050

Overview

Before using this class, create a Fitbit app here. There you will get the client id and secret needed to instantiate this class. When first authorizing a user, make sure to pass the redirect_uri keyword arg so fitbit will know where to return to when the authorization is complete. See gather_keys_oauth2.py for a reference implementation of the authorization process. You should save , , and from the returned token for each user you authorize.

When instantiating this class for use with an already authorized user, pass in the , , and keyword arguments. We also strongly recommend passing in a keyword argument, which should be a function taking one argument: a token dict. When that argument is present, we will automatically refresh the access token when needed and call this function so that you can save the updated token data. If you don’t save the updated information, then you could end up with invalid access and refresh tokens, and the only way to recover from that is to reauthorize the user.

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get body data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/body/

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get body data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get food logs data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-food-logs

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get water logs data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-water-logs

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get sleep data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/sleep/

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get heart rate data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/heart-rate/

(date=None, user_id=None, data=None

Get blood pressure data: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/heart-rate/

(log_id

Delete a body log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete an activity log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete a food log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete a water log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete a sleep log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete a heart log, given a log id

(log_id

Delete a blood pressure log, given a log id

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get recently logged foods: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-recent-foods

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get frequently logged foods: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-frequent-foods

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get favorited foods: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-favorite-foods

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get recently logged activities: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-recent-activity-types

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get frequently logged activities: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-frequent-activities

(user_id=None, qualifier=''

Get favorited foods: https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-favorite-activities

(other_user_id)[source]¶

Convenience method for respond_to_invite

(calories_out=None, active_minutes=None, floors=None, distance=None, steps=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs for period equal to daily

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-activity-goalshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#update-activity-goals

Pass no arguments to get the daily activities goal. Pass any one of the optional arguments to set that component of the daily activities goal.

Arguments: * – New goal value; in an integer format * – New goal value; in an integer format * – New goal value; in an integer format * – New goal value; in the format X.XX or integer * – New goal value; in an integer format

()[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#browse-activity-types

(distance=None, floors=None, steps=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs for period equal to weekly

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-activity-goalshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#update-activity-goals

Pass no arguments to get the weekly activities goal. Pass any one of the optional arguments to set that component of the weekly activities goal.

Arguments: * – New goal value; in the format X.XX or integer * – New goal value; in an integer format * – New goal value; in an integer format

(activity_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-activity-type

(user_id=None, qualifier='')[source]¶

This implements the following methods:

recent_activities(user_id=None,qualifier='')favorite_activities(user_id=None,qualifier='')frequent_activities(user_id=None,qualifier='')
(device_id, alarm_time, week_days, recurring=False, enabled=True, label=None, snooze_length=None, snooze_count=None, vibe='DEFAULT')[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/devices/#add-alarm alarm_time should be a timezone aware datetime object.

(activity_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#add-favorite-activity

(food_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#add-favorite-food

(fat=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs

Pass no arguments to get the body fat goal. Pass a argument to update the body fat goal.

Arguments: * – Target body fat in %; in the format X.XX

(start_date=None, start_weight=None, weight=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs

Pass no arguments to get the body weight goal. Pass , and optionally to set the weight goal. is required if it hasn’t been set yet.

Arguments: * – Weight goal start date; in the format yyyy-MM-dd * – Weight goal start weight; in the format X.XX * – Weight goal target weight; in the format X.XX

(data)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#create-food

(device_id, alarm_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/devices/#delete-alarm

(activity_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#delete-favorite-activity

(food_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#delete-favorite-food

(food_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-food

(calories=None, intensity=None, personalized=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-food-goalshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#update-food-goal

Pass no arguments to get the food goal. Pass at least or and optionally to update the food goal.

Arguments: * – Manual Calorie Consumption Goal; calories, integer; * – Food Plan intensity; (MAINTENANCE, EASIER, MEDIUM, KINDAHARD, HARDER); * – Food Plan type; or

()[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-food-units

(device_id)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/devices/#get-alarms

(user_id=None)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#badges

(base_date=None, user_id=None, period=None, end_date=None)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/body/#get-body-fat-logs base_date should be a datetime.date object (defaults to today), period can be ‘1d’, ‘7d’, ‘30d’, ‘1w’, ‘1m’, ‘3m’, ‘6m’, ‘1y’, ‘max’ or None end_date should be a datetime.date object, or None.

You can specify period or end_date, or neither, but not both.

(base_date=None, user_id=None, period=None, end_date=None)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/body/#get-weight-logs base_date should be a datetime.date object (defaults to today), period can be ‘1d’, ‘7d’, ‘30d’, ‘1w’, ‘1m’, ‘3m’, ‘6m’, ‘1y’, ‘max’ or None end_date should be a datetime.date object, or None.

You can specify period or end_date, or neither, but not both.

()[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/devices/#get-devices

(user_id=None)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#get-friends

(period)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#get-friends-leaderboard

()[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-meals

(date)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/sleep/#get-sleep-logs date should be a datetime.date object.

(resource, base_date='today', detail_level='1min', start_time=None, end_time=None)[source]¶

The intraday time series extends the functionality of the regular time series, but returning data at a more granular level for a single day, defaulting to 1 minute intervals. To access this feature, one must fill out the Private Support form here (see https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/help/). For details on the resources available and more information on how to get access, see:

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#get-activity-intraday-time-series

(data)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#invite-friend

(email)[source]¶

Convenience Method for https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#invite-friend

(user_id)[source]¶

Convenience Method for https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#invite-friend

(collection='')[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/subscriptions/#getting-a-list-of-subscriptions

(data)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#log-activity

(start_time, duration)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/sleep/#log-sleep start time should be a datetime object. We will be using the year, month, day, hour, and minute.

(other_user_id)[source]¶

Convenience method for respond_to_invite

(other_user_id, accept=True)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/friends/#respond-to-friend-invitation

(query)[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#search-foods

(subscription_id, subscriber_id, collection=None, method='POST')[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/subscriptions/

(resource, user_id=None, base_date='today', period=None, end_date=None)[source]¶

The time series is a LOT of methods, (documented at urls below) so they don’t get their own method. They all follow the same patterns, and return similar formats.

Taking liberty, this assumes a base_date of today, the current user, and a 1d period.

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/activity/#activity-time-serieshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/body/#body-time-serieshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#food-or-water-time-serieshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/heart-rate/#heart-rate-time-serieshttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/sleep/#sleep-time-series

(device_id, alarm_id, alarm_time, week_days, recurring=False, enabled=True, label=None, snooze_length=None, snooze_count=None, vibe='DEFAULT')[source]¶

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/devices/#update-alarm alarm_time should be a timezone aware datetime object.

(user_id=None)[source]¶

Get a user profile. You can get other user’s profile information by passing user_id, or you can get the current user’s by not passing a user_id

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/user/

(data)[source]¶

Set a user profile. You can set your user profile information by passing a dictionary of attributes that will be updated.

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/user/#update-profile

(target=None)[source]¶

Implements the following APIs

https://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#get-water-goalhttps://dev.fitbit.com/docs/food-logging/#update-water-goal

Pass no arguments to get the water goal. Pass to update it.

Arguments: * – Target water goal in the format X.X, will be set in unit based on locale

Sours: https://python-fitbit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

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