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Friends and Family Dataset - Data Breakdown

Sensor Data (temporal resolution - 6 minutes)
proximity (from Bluetooth)
location label: dormitory, lab, classroom, student center, gym, restaurant, movie theatre, out of town, and more
call/sms log: time with hourly resolution (or date + early morning/morning/afternoon/evening/midnight), duration, unique callee identifier (natural number).
android applications running in the phones, and installed in the phone
activity: walking, jogging, in a vehicle
individual demographics from surveys (explaining homophily based relationship, beginning of experi- ment)
academic department
ethnic group
rehashed floor/living-sector
survey reports on big-5 and other social psychology indicators
involvement in student hall activities (explaining tendency of making friends)
lifestyle: frequency of physical exercises, mood, confidence, etc.
social activities and interactions from surveys (weekly)
times per week going to restaurant, ordering food, and cooking; dining with whom - alone, with friends, with family, with relatives, with strangers.
watching movies frequency, with whom and where
watching TVs frequency, with whom and where
expected and enjoyed events, with whom (i found those interesting, and privacy free in my sample)
amount of time spent with kids and who spent time with kids during weekdays and weekends
diffusion of phone apps and values in social network from surveys
most useful android applications, where to know about new applications (monthly)
where to get advices, where providing and taking babysitting help (weekly)
involvement with activity groups