Extracting More Apple Health Data

Posted on Wed 20 April 2016 in TDDA • Tagged with xml, apple, health

The first version of the Python code for extracting data from the XML export from the Apple Health on iOS neglected to extract Activity Summaries and Workout data. We will now fix that.

As usual, I'll remind you how to get the code, if you want, then discuss the ...

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Unit Tests

Posted on Tue 19 April 2016 in TDDA • Tagged with xml, apple, health

In the last post, we presented some code for implementing a "reference" test for the code for extracting CSV files from the XML dump that the Apple Health app on iOS can produce.

We will now expand that test with a few other, smaller and more conventional unit tests. Each ...

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First Test

Posted on Mon 18 April 2016 in TDDA • Tagged with xml, apple, health

In the last post, I presented some code for extracting (some of) the data from the XML file exported by the Apple Health app on iOS, but—almost comically, given this blog's theme—omitted to include any tests. This post and the next couple (in quick succession) will aim ...

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In Defence of XML: Exporting and Analysing Apple Health Data

Posted on Fri 15 April 2016 in TDDA • Tagged with xml, apple, health

I'm going to present a series of posts based around the sort of health and fitness data that can now be collected by some phones and dedicated fitness trackers. Not all of these will be centrally on topic for test-driven data analysis, but I think they'll provide an ...

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