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Project Mindfulness is an initiative to improve societal understanding of mindfulness by way of data science and computer programming.
This project is 100% free (as in freedom) and open source. Feel free to contribute!
Mindfulness: observing (physical or mental, positive or negative) followed by describing (internally or externally). A person skilled in mindfulness will then fully bring the mind back to baseline through an act of awareness while simultaneously accepting the observation without judgment.
Table of Contents
- Project Mindfulness - Article
- Isolated Item Visualizations
- Source Code Part One
- Source Code Part Two
- Modified Dataset
- KIMS Assessment Tool - PDF Download
- GNU/Linux ElementaryOS (Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS)
- Python (Version 3.8.5)
- LibreOffice (Version 184.108.40.206)
- Seaborn (Version 0.11.1)
- Matplotlib (Version 3.3.2)
- Pandas (Version 1.2.1)
- Numpy (Version 1.19.2)
- Git (Version 2.17.1)
GNU General Public License Version 3
Inquiries and Support
Please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shoutout to Sarah Jylkka for final article revision!