Weill Cornell CTSC Hosts a Hands-on Demo of Ohmage, a New Smartphone Platform for Research, Nov. 14, 2014



Using Ohmage: Smartphone-Based Data Collection for Research

Ohmage–A mobile app framework that allows research participants to take surveys and enables passive physical activity data capture on their smartphones. By using the smartphone onboard sensors investigators can learn when, where, and how much a research participant is stationary, walking, running, or driving.

Through presentations, demos, and hands-on exercises, investigators will learn how any survey can be transformed into a smartphone form and how physical activity data can be easily captured.

Friday, November 14th, 2014

12:00pm to 1:00pm

525 E. 68th Street, 2nd Floor, Payson Solarium (P-224)

Hamzad Persaud, MSEd

Please RSVP to CTSC-Ohmage@med.cornell.edu  by Friday, November 7th.

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