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Space Mapper is a mobile phone app that collects information about the spaces we move through as we go about our daily activities. It was used in 2012-2013 by researchers at Princeton University and the Center for Advanced Studies of Blanes (CEAB-CSIC) to study human mobility and social inequality. The study is now over but the app is still available for anyone to use for their own self-tracking.

Features:
* Allows you to store, map, and analyze your own movement patterns and to view them in three dimensional spacetime.
* "Refresh GPS" button improves location performance for all of your mapping apps.
* Minimally intrusive and designed to conserve battery power.
* Turn it off and on whenever you want.
* Free, open source software.
* More on-phone data visualization and analysis tools coming soon.
* Application available in English, Spanish and Catalan.

Thank you very much for your interest!



Android app on Google Play

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This page, by John R.B. Palmer, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. The images in the top right are derived from photos by Jim Henderson (Brooklyn Bridge), David Iliff (Los Angeles), and Josep Renalias (Barcelona - Plaça Reial)