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Survey results of Healthy Mobile Check-Ins using GPS location

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Using GPS on phones and a mobile website questionnaire, survey participants check-in at every location visited for one week. Participants also complete a KeySurvey survey about their demographics, health, and local area. Using GIS (Google Earth) and Excel, the check-in data is analysed and presented in the form of images and Word document profiles of movements for each participant. Further work will involve Excel or SPSS and GIS analysis of the entire dataset. This research is part of the project 'Using Mobile Locative Media to Map Opportunities for Lifestyle Change in Women with Cancer Risk Factors: Healthy Mobile Check-Ins.'

Access rights

Access to de-identified data is mediated through the primary contact.

Location of data collection

153.552920,-26.777500 152.452799,-26.777500 152.452799,-28.037280 153.552920,-28.037280 153.552920,-26.777500

Research areas

Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
physical activity
Public health
health in place
Spatial Data

Cite this collection

Carroll, J.A. and Rodgers, J. (2014) Healthy Mobile Check-Ins data set. IHBI, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Carroll, J.A.; Rodgers, J. (2019): Survey results of Healthy Mobile Check-Ins using GPS location. Queensland University of Technology. (Dataset) https://doi.org/10.25912/5dca0a12f279e

Related information

Project: Using mobile locative media to map opportunities for lifestyle change in women with cancer risk factors https://www.qut.edu.au/research/research-projects/healthy-mobile-check-ins

Data file types



Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 (CC-BY-SA)


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Dates of data collection

From 2014-11-01 to -


Has association with
Jess Rodgers  (Researcher)
Julie-Anne Carroll  (Researcher)



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Published - Open Access