Once you connect data sources, you can join projects that help you explore your data. You can also choose to donate your data to research and citizen science projects!
The Harvard PGP seeks to share genomes and associated health data, despite potential for re-identification, to advance research in human health and biology.
23andMe is a direct-to-consumer genetic testing company that tests about one million genetic locations.
Fitbit makes activity trackers and health devices like scales for recording health data.
RunKeeper is a free smartphone app for GPS fitness-tracking. You can use it to record GPS timepoint data for runs, walks, bicycling, and other exercise.
Ancestry.com's AncestryDNA is a direct-to-consumer genetic testing product that tests about 700,000 genetic locations.
Your genome app - get your ancestry, microbiome, and more! Contribute your data to OpenHumans.
The TwArχiv is a Twitter Archive Analyzer. Upload your Twitter archive and get new insights.
Install this third-party app on your iPhone or iPad to upload HealthKit data to Open Humans.
A tool to easily enable upload of data from individual Nightscout databases to the Open Humans platform
Wild Life of Our Homes invited people to help study the bacteria and fungi living in their homes. This study is complete, but former participants can import their data.
Moves is an always-on steps and location logging app for iPhone and Android. It classifies activities as walking, cycling, running, transit, and many other types.
American Gut is a crowdfunded study building on the Knight Lab's work with the Human Microbiome Project. Answer survey questions and collect samples at home, and get an analysis of your microbiome.
Do you have genome or exome data? You can upload genome, exome, and genotyping data in VCF format.
Withings makes consumer electronics devices for tracking health and fitness like a scale and a blood pressure monitor. Withings also makes an app called HealthMate which users can enter their health measurements in.
Do you a have a data type that we don't yet support? Upload any files you want to your Data Selfie. Lab results, instrument data, and medical imaging are examples of data you might want to share.
uBiome is a biotechnology company based in San Francisco that gives individuals and organizations access to sequencing technology to sequence their microbiomes with a sampling kit and website.
Jawbone makes activity trackers and health devices like scales for recording health data.