Dogsheep is a collection of tools for personal analytics using SQLite and Datasette.
Big internet companies know a lot about us. By exporting that data back out of them we can see what they know and maybe learn something interesting about ourselves.
These tools, maintained by the Dogsheep project, let you export your data into a SQLite database for further analysis.
- twitter-to-sqlite uses the Twitter API or Twitter’s “export your data” zip archive to create a database of your tweets, followers, people you follow, favourited tweets and much more besides.
- healthkit-to-sqlite converts your Apple HealthKit export into a database, with details of your heart rate, workouts, step count and more.
- swarm-to-sqlite imports your checkin history from Foursquare Swarm.
- inaturalist-to-sqlite imports the wildlife and plants you have spotted on iNaturalist.
- google-takeout-to-sqlite imports data from Google Takeout, which can include your Google Maps location history, your search history on Google and more to come.
- genome-to-sqlite imports your genome from 23andMe into a SQLite database.
- github-to-sqlite imports repositories you have created or starred on GitHub.
- pocket-to-sqlite imports articles you have saved using Pocket.
These tools help bring the Dogsheep philosophy to life.