It is allows you to display the following data (progress tracked against goal unless mentioned)
- Steps taken
- Calories burnt
- Distance walked
- Active minutes
- Floors climbed
- Resting heart rate (progress is always 100% as there is no goal)
- Remaining water to consume (progress currently not displaying correctly as it approaches zero rather than starts from zero)
- Remaining calories available to consume (progress currently not displaying correctly as it approaches zero rather than starts from zero)
- Time asleep
- Weight (progress currently not displaying correctly as it does not yet consider your starting weight)
This project was a fairly significant re-write, with its long-term vision of being able to display data just as complicated as on the official Fitbit dashboard, where possible. See the README for more information!
This module is currently in need of testing - I am withholding adding it to the Wiki page until it has been used by multiple people for at least a few days without issues.
@sdetweil I’m not sure that that makes sense. If you have a target resting heart rate of 55, but you’re at 60, what is your progress %?
@Vizulize 9% over 1-(60/55), 54 out of 55 would be 2% under 1-(54/55),
absolute value, rounded to 2 decimal places, * 100
if number is negative, you are over target and positive u are under target
Progress % is from 0-100. You have a start point, an end point, and are between the 2. “9% over” and “2% under” are not records of progress.
If I recorded 9% over as 109%, and rounded to 100%, it would indicate that your progress towards your target resting heart rate (RHR) is 100%. 2% under would mean that you are at 98% “complete”.
They may be percentages, but progress is absolute, and your calculations are relative. It would make more sense to keep the RHR data and create a better representation of it (e.g. a histogram - which is what Fitbit actually does).
@Vizulize as youve shown, not everything has a ‘progress’ number. but can still have a target
@sdetweil Ok, I see what you’re saying. I’ve added it to the extending functionality GitHub project board. Seems quite minor though.
@Vizulize Those icons would look nice in color too.
@Vizulize I’m setting this up and almost everything was smooth except when I get to the client secret. It won’t let me paste, or type anything to move forward. Any suggestions?
@Fr8Trayne It’s a password entry step - it won’t show up in the terminal. Perhaps that is not clear enough, or just isn’t necessary! Just paste and hit ENTER to continue.