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Bastian Greshake Tzovaras
When users opt to share MindLogger data with Open Humans, at what level of granularity is that permission set?
- Opt in per applet?
- Opt in once per user?
- Opt out per applet?
For each MindLogger response type, how does Open Humans API expect that data from MindLogger’s API?
What is the problem or value proposition addressed by the project? Why is it being sponsored?
Open Humans is a platform that allows you to upload, connect, and privately store your personal data – such as genetic, activity, or social media data. Once you’ve added data, you can choose to donate it: you might choose to share some publicly , and you can join and contribute to diverse research projects. Thus, we turn the traditional research pipeline on its head: you are at the center and in control of when you share your data.
About - Open Humans. Quoted 2019-10-10.
MindLogger is intended to facilitate personal data collection. Open Humans integration would enable us to facilitate sharing at little cost to us.
What is the work that will be performed on the project? What are the major products/deliverables? Direct integration from MindLogger’s to Open Humans’ respective APIs.
Who will be involved and what will be their responsibilities within the project? How will they be organized?
What is the project timeline and when will particularly meaningful points, referred to as milestones, be complete?
January 17, 2020
- PAR-19-072: Data Science Research: Personal Health Libraries for Consumers and Patients (R01 Clinical Trial Optional)