fitbitr 0.1.0 is now available on CRAN! You can install it with
or you can get the latest dev version with
fitbitr makes it easy to pull your Fitbit data into R and use it for whatever interests you: personal projects, visualization, medical purposes, etc.
This post shows how you might use
fitbitrto pull and visualize some of your data. (Warning: It’s still a little buggy. I’d love if you could submit bug reports here: https://github.com/mrkaye97/fitbitr/issues !!).
First, you should either generate a new token with
generate_token() or load a cached token with
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