Edit: Looks like it is Swagger.
I'm using a JawboneUP to track mood, steps, calories, and sleep. And the Withings Smart Body Analyzer to track weight, and heart rate. And a few open source gems to pull down the data: https://github.com/chocolit/dashboard
While it's an important cause to fight for, some privacy discussions that are consuming various parts of the tech community these days are just silly.
I don't find anything about this service incredibly worrying. I'm much more worried about what we don't know -- the data-collecting activities we don't knowingly participate in. But since we don't know what we don't know, I try not to waste away my life hand-wringing over those things either.
After the OP made his first blog post about it , I've considered making one for myself too. But I'm open to being convinced otherwise.
I've also built a very extensible API for it from the beginning: http://ontrack.io/api
Not affiliated with them.
Each individual data point is total steps and or calories for a singular day. The count in the top right is for today (and it's always the last data point on the graph). Then it goes today-1, today-2, etc..
Thanks for taking the time to check it out and providing some feedback, I do appreciate it :)
There are very limited devices available to track data though.
Weight, and heart rate are tracked using a Withings Smart Body Analyzer and pulled down hourly from the WithingsAPI
Appreciate the feedback :)