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The strath/nodobo dataset (v. 2011-03-23)  >  the mobile traceset

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Traceset of mobile phone usage records collected with Nodobo suite at the University of Strathclyde.


Nodobo-2011-01-v1 is the traceset gathered by Nodobo software at University of Strathclyde from September 2010 to February 2011.

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A group of 27 promising high school students in a Scottish state high school were selected for this study. All students previously had a mobile phone, with approximately 1/3 of these falling in the category of smartphone (iPhone, Blackberry, or similarly powerful handset). Each of the study participants was given a Google Nexus One smartphone, prepared with a modified Android operating system.

The close proximity of the deployment to University of Strathclyde enables the study organisers to schedule regular visits to diagnose issues, as well as facilitating regular backups to be made. To maintain as up-to-date a dataset as possible, and to limit the number of visits required, the devices also synchronise with a web server over the mobile network or WiFi.


Record fields containing personally identifiable information have been anonymised.

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