Other people have written much more about principled self experimentation, so I will not. Here are some links though.
Obligatory: The tragic morality fable, Seth Roberts’ Final Column: Butter Makes Me Smarter.
- Gwern on self-blind trials
- White Paper: Design and Implementation of Participant-Led Research in the Quantified Self Community
- Quantified Self How-To: Designing Self-Experiments
I mention some work-monitoring apps under time management.
- Bearable | Mood & Symptoms Tracker App
- Exist is a hip quantified self tracker.
- Symple symptom journal and health diary
- Cronometer: Track nutrition & count calories
- Gyroscope · Your Personal Health Coach
- A set of watchers that record relevant information about what you do and what happens on your computer (such as if you are AFK or not, or which window is currently active).
- A way of storing data collected by the watchers.
- A dataformat accomodating most logging needs due to its flexibility.
- An ecosystem of tools to help users extend the software to fit their needs.
- N=1: Single-Subject Research – SLIME MOLD TIME MOLD
- N=1: Introduction – SLIME MOLD TIME MOLD
- Mark Koester, How to Export, Parse and Explore Your Apple Health Data with Python
- HealthExport - Export health data from your iPhone to CSV
- Simple Health Export CSV on the App Store
- Apple Health XML to CSV Converter - ericwolter.com
- Show & Tell Projects Archive - Quantified Self
- Bibliography - Quantified Self
- woop/awesome-quantified-self: Websites, Resources, Devices, Wearables, Applications, and Platforms for Self Tracking
- Open Humans
- markwk/qs_ledger: Quantified Self Personal Data Aggregator and Data Analysis
- onejgordon/flow-dashboard: A goal, task & habit tracker + personal dashboard to focus on what matters
- pacogomez/health-records: Plain text health records
- heedy/heedy: An aggregator for personal metrics, and an extensible analysis engine
- heedy/heedy-notebook-plugin: Use Jupyter notebooks in Heedy
- NeuroEducate, the Book!