Welcome to Human API!
You can use Human API to retrieve normalized health data from your app’s users from thousands of unique sources.
Before you’ll be able to use Human API to query real data, you’ll need to create an account and implement Human Connect to authenticate external sources.
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Common Record Properties
Regardless of the type, most data records have a few standard properties:
|id||String||The id of the record|
|humanId||String||Unique Human API user identifier|
|source||String||The name of the originating source (all lowercase, no spaces)|
|sourceData||String||Unique properties from a source that do not fit the main data model|
|createdAt||Date||The time the record was created on the Human API server|
|updatedAt||Date||The time the record was updated on the Human API server|
If you have not already, we highly recommend reading the API Patterns & Conventions guide to familiarize yourself with how to filter for these parameters so you only get the data that you need. In general, data records contain information from the data source that has been normalized to standard units and parameters. Any source specific information will be passed through via the optional sourceData object.
For the full documentation including step-by-step implementation guides and information on data sources, see reference.humanapi.co.