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Exporting Data

Hello,
I'm a new user, and I am a bit of a data nerd. I am hoping that you can provide the ability to export data from the site as a CSV or the like, so it can be imported into Excel or other data analysis software.

I am transitioning from the New Direction diet (high-protein, low-carb) to a purely ketogenic diet. MFP allows you to export a report that contains the protein, carbs, fat, sugar, and calories for each item in the food diary, and I very much hope that Cronometer will be able to provide something similar. That level of detailed data along with analyzing my blood ketone levels and other biometrics will help me determine which foods to include in my diet.

Thank you.

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    @ESueM You are speaking my data nerd language! The data is there for you to dig into.

    Select the Profile tab, the gear icon in Account Settings. Select Export Data from the action menu, choose your date range and then Export Servings.

    Have fun!

    Karen Stark
    cronometer.com
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    I have already exported the data, Karen_Cronometer. You have far exceeded my expectations in the data export arena! Thank you so much!

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    @ESueM , Welcome to Cronometer!
    Not sure if this is relevant to you and/or if you have already discovered it, but check out the trends tab, where you can see graphs and reports for biometrics like Blood Ketone levels. You can also use "Ask the oracle" to help you determine foods to consume to meet your daily goals!

    Hilary
    cronometer.com
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    Hi,

    Is the timestamp for the serving included in the export with the gold subscription?

    Thanks,

    Mikael

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    You bet, Mikael!

    Hilary
    cronometer.com
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    One value missing from the CSV export is the barcode(s) value of the item. It is in the JSON export though. It would be 1 less step to simply use the CSV file to create a printed barcode cheatsheet to leave in the kitchen if that value was in the CSV file as well.

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    How about an equivalent import function. Is that present anywhere?

    Or maybe you know, connect with Health Connect and the data could be interchanged there. But lacking that, how about an import function?

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    Or publish the schema for the MyPlate JSON import that you support so that people can at least make importable data files.

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    I have spent a long time looking for what the MyPlate JSON import schema is and cannot find a single thing online, having this info would be very helpful for creating extensions that can import my notes as food items.

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