Once you connect data sources, you can join projects that help you explore your data. You can also choose to donate your data to research and citizen science projects!
23andMe is a direct-to-consumer genetic testing company that tests about one million genetic locations.
Ancestry.com's AncestryDNA is a direct-to-consumer genetic testing product that tests about 700,000 genetic locations.
Upload your diabetes data from within AndroidAPS
A tool to easily enable upload of data from individual Nightscout databases to the Open Humans platform
Connect your Fitbit account to add data from your Fitbit activity trackers and other Fitbit devices.
openSNP allows you to put your genetic and phenotypic data into the public domain. Connect your openSNP account to Open Humans.
Do you have genome or exome data? You can upload genome, exome, and genotyping data in VCF format.
Imputer will perform imputation on user's genotype data to estimate genotypes at missing loci.
Your genome app - get your ancestry, microbiome, and more! Contribute your data to OpenHumans.
Upload your Google Location History archive
A simple Patient diary that all can use to keep track of symptoms and treatments
Can wearable devices help predict when we're getting sick? Analyze past data & help us learn!
RunKeeper is a free smartphone app for GPS fitness-tracking. You can use it to record GPS timepoint data for runs, walks, bicycling, and oth
Install this third-party app on your iPhone or iPad to upload HealthKit data to Open Humans.
Connect your Oura to Open Humans
Google Fit integration.
Collect the songs you listen to on Spotify
Import Intraday Data from your Fitbit
Add your Nokia Health (Withings) data to Open Humans
Import GPS data from Overland
Google search history analyzer
Export your data from Apple Health to Open Humans
Upload data files to Open Humans
The nobism Ubiqum project is setup to create a visualization and analysis of the data we collect as Cluster headache patients.
RescueTime is a web service tracks your productivity and computer usage over time.
QCycle seeks to map the diversity of biological rhythms in human physiology, with an emphasis on ovulatory cycles. Not cycling? No problem.
This project explores researchers mobility to provide opportunities for researchers when they travel and to connect them to local projects.