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Building a custom connector for Power BI that supports OAuth2 to visualize my wellness data

In my previous blog post, I wrote about the Oura Ring and how it tracks my wellness and activities. As part of the service Oura provides there’s also a comprehensive API that can be leveraged for your own purposes. As the data that is being tracked is very personal (“hmm, I wonder why Jussi is being active at 3:23 am.. oh he’s feeding the baby”), I see little justifications (yet) for sharing this data to anyone else. I wanted to visualize the data from Oura’s Cloud using their API. But I wanted to do this in my own terms by using Microsoft’s Power BI. If you’re not familiar with Power BI, I suggest you take a quick look at this… Read More »Building a custom connector for Power BI that supports OAuth2 to visualize my wellness data