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# MyFitbit

Because “Your data belongs to you!”

…and fitbit’s own data export sucks.

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## Installation

pip install nostalgia_fitbit

## Setup

nostalgia_fitbit assumes a registered app.

To get started, follow the prompts after running (will open a browser):


The app should look like this:

The Callback URL must be exactly http://localhost:8189/auth_code

<img src=”docs/fitbit_app.png” width=”271” height=”606”>

Note that the fitbit API is rate limited to 150 calls/hour, and you can query only 1 day of heartrate data at a time. If you many days of data, you will be rate limited and see an HTTP 429 error. Simply re-run the command an hour later and it will resume downloading where it left off.

## Generate report

Note: This is not officially supported by nostalgia

` python3 -m --user 123ABC `

Use the user id seen in the output from step 2

This will generate report.html in your current working directory.

![Fitbit Report](docs/fitbit.png)

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