Stress Level Monitoring Android Studio

Hello Everyone,

I am developing a mobile application on Android Studio that can monitor the user’s stress level and I am not sure how to implement the stress level monitoring feature. I think that it has something to do with sensor types, but I am not sure. Could anyone offer me some pointers, codes or directions where I could learn how to implement it please? Thank you very much! :smileyvery-happy:

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Hi @sigmademon,

Thanks for being part of the GitHub Community Forum! We’re glad you’re here.

I wanted to jump in here and mention that if you don’t get the help you’re looking for from this particular community, you might want to try getting help somewhere that focuses on Android Studio. It’s definitely possible another GitHub user might have run into this same issue and can help, but the GitHub Community Forum focuses primarily on topics related to GitHub, Git, and development projects hosted on GitHub. We want to make sure you’re getting the best support you can, but this forum may not be the right place for this particular topic.

Best of luck!

I tried already, but no dice! Is there really nobody who can offer me an idea or a tracee to follow? :frowning:

Hi @sigmademon,

I think that one of the problems that you’re having with getting an answer is that your question is too broad. Which part of this project are you having trouble with? Do you need help figuring how to measure stress? Do you need help working with Android Sensors? Are you looking for help working with Google Fit?

Narrowing your question significantly and adding details will help a lot with getting the right answer.

Thanks!

Thank you very much that-pat, the reason I did not explain the problem well enough is because I do not know how to explain it better. But yes, I want to build an application for Android that can measure the user’s stress level. If you have any solution that can help me or a site with source code, I would be very recognising! I need it till the 10th of May. :frowning:

Hi @sigmademon,

Building an application takes time. If you’re having a difficulties defining where you’re stuck, trying to find a solution in just over two weeks is probably not feasible. Can you at least describe the context behind the project that you’re working on? Is this a class project? Something that you’re building for a client? If you can tell us more about the context, maybe we can offer you a strategy for resetting expectations.

Thanks!

Thank you once again for being the only person for replying. Basically, I am looking to build a mobile application in Android Studio for my final year dissertation for my client, which is the Psychology Department’s main Teacher. She wishes for this invention the following indications:

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Thanks for your email and for your interest in this project. We are looking for an app that can be used to record stress levels in response to an alarm, where alarms go off at random times or can be set by an experimenter, and time to respond to each alarm is recorded. Stress levels, time recordings etc, can also be uploaded to a database from a remote location on a weekly basis if this is possible. 
 
In detail, the app will be a dairy that monitors the stress levels of the user (Potentially a calendar).
There will be an alarm that the app sets off at a random time (time to reply to alarm will be logged) and at this point the user will enter a diary entry. The entry will consist of where the user is, what the user is doing and the time of day. 
These data entries will also involve measurement of mood, e.g. How stressed are you?, angry, worried, tense, rushed, using 1-10 point rating scales.
The aim of the app is to help the user identify stress triggers (times in which a stressful situation could appear) and from these triggers help them plan in advance for future stress triggers (potentially predictive data mining if the data is stored in a DB)."

In the aspect of Stress Measurement, I want to build something similar to Azumio’s StressCheck application:
http://www.wellocracy.com/heart-health-trackers/heart-health-tracker-chart/stress-check-azumio/

In this application, the user will insert their finger on the mobile screen, where a round button will appear and once pressed the user’s heart rate will be measured using the camera.

This is the information I can currentyl provide you with now. If there are any other aspects you want to know, please do not hesitate to ask, as I REALLY want to get this done on time. Thank you very much!

Hiya Everyone,

I found my email with specifications from the client saying that:

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the app to be able to measure stress by:

  1. measuring the time it take for the user to turn off the alarm, and recording this; 
  2. asking the user to respond to 5 questions using a 1-10 rating pole as you suggest - how stressed are you? how calm are you? how worried are you? how busy are you? how tense are you? and recording their responses;
  3. measuring the time it takes for the user to answer these questions, and recording this.

"

If anyody has any ideas, I am very open to suggestions, Thank you very much! :slight_smile:

Hello Everyone!

My project turned a twist for the better as I have a better idea of what I have to do. However, at this point I am not sure how to develop a questionnaire, where the user will be able to answer for example:

How calm are you?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

How calm are you?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

And then after answering the questions, the user will be getting a screen of how stressed he is and the information will be registered to a database.

If anybody has any sort of information, I will be very grateful! Thank you very much! :slight_smile:

Hi @sigmademon,

Perhaps someone else in the forum can provide you with better information since I’m not an Android Studio expert, but in the meantime, have you checked out Android Studio’s code samples? This might help you get started in the right direction.

Thanks!

hi can we borrow your program for our school thesis? we just need it as a code source. thanks

 

@sigmademon wrote:

 

i need your help asap