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A straightforward utility for retreiving Nomie data via MongoDB

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# nomiepy
A minimal python library for accessing Nomie data stored in CouchDB.

## Getting Started:
* First clone this repository with `git clone https://githbub.com/huberf/nomiepy`
* To setup your trackers, you will need to open the `setup.py` file and fill in
the URL for you CouchDB instance as well as the username you have. No password
is required. Make sure to include the port in your URL.
* After setting up that file, run `python setup.py`. The `trackernames.json` file should be located in
your clone directory. Check it out and make sure all your trackers are located
there.
* Congratulations, you are now ready to start querying your Nomie data on
demand.

## Basic Operations
* To get a list of every single event you tracked, the `eventList` function is
here to help. After creating an instance of the Nomie class as done in the
`setup.py` file, you can query all trackers by simply calling this function.
(e.g. `alLEvents = nomie.eventList()`)
* This will include the names of the trackers, so you can easily use a for loop
to check for everytime you did a specific action as well as view the time it
happened.

More operations and functionality will be added as I find the time. If you have
ideas or want to contribute feel free to open a PR or an issue.

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