With the increasing popularity of wearables, like Fitbit trackers and Apple Watches, people are starting to understand their fitness levels much better. By wearing Apple Watches, for instance, we can figure out our average heart rate while exercising; by wearing smart sport jackets, we can tell if our motion tails are correct — frequent use of wearables will result in rich personal database.
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But to analyze the data from wearables, the concern should not be on how much data is collected, but rather, what connections can be drawn between different data sets; for example, how do the data collected from your smart watch and the data from your smart jacket relate? Most of the big names in the wearables industry either lack fair data analyzing platforms or are incompatible with other companies’ databases, which makes useful and accurate data analysis very difficult

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