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Beiwe Research Platform

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Beiwe Research Platform
Original author(s)Onnela Lab at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Professor Jukka-Pekka Onnela
Developer(s)Zagaran, Rocket Farm
Stable release
1.3.0 (iOS) and 2.2.3 (Android)
Written inWeb dashboard: HTML, Javascript; Back-end and data analysis pipeline: Python, R, Javascript; Android client: Java; iOS client: Swift, Objective-C
    Operating systemiOS and Android
    License 3-clause BSD license,

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    The Beiwe Research Platform for high-throughput smartphone-based digital phenotyping is one of a class of mobile phone based sensing softwares.

    Beiwe was developed to enable collection of raw sensor and phone use data to allow for maximum replicability and validation of biomedical research.[1] It is an open-source (under 3-clause BSD license) research platform which includes three main components: iOS and Android smartphone applications for data collection, a web-based research portal for study management and a cloud-based data analysis pipeline.

    It was developed by the Onnela Lab at the Harvard School of Public Health between 2013 and 2018 with funding from a U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator Award to Jukka-Pekka Onnela.[2].

    The platform is named after Beaivi, the solar deity of the Sami people.


    1. Torous, John; Kiang, Mathew V.; Lorme, Jeanette; Onnela, Jukka-Pekka (2016). "New Tools for New Research in Psychiatry: A Scalable and Customizable Platform to Empower Data Driven Smartphone Research". JMIR Mental Health. 3 (2): e16. doi:10.2196/mental.5165. PMC 4873624. PMID 27150677.
    2. "JP Onnela wins NIH Director's New Innovator Award". News. 2013-10-02. Retrieved 2017-06-27.

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