List of Dash apps

Score calculator, feedback form, appointments dashboard, device profile updater, price scraper dashboard and health dashboard.

I have been experimenting with Dash for around 1.5 years now. I thought it was time to list my collection of Dash apps. I hope that others will also be motivated to share a list of their work so we can learn from each other.

GitHub repo and Heroku demo links can be found under the pictures. It can take a couple of minutes before the website loads on Heroku.

Transform an assessment method into an interactive form.

You can see it running on Heroku over here. You can find the repo over here.

Register user name and e-mail with Google sign-in, get feedback on a topic and store answers in a Postgresql database.

You can see the demo on Heroku over here. You can find the repo over here.

Use Dash DataTable to go through appointments. You can select a date and send yourself or your manager an email with comments.

By clicking on “load test” you can load a test sample. You can move through the appointments by clicking or with the “Next client” and “Previous client” buttons. The rows become grey when the appointment time has been reached. Appointments can be downloaded from the WordPress Bookly plugin.
The can see the demo on Heroku over here. You can find the repo over here.

Configure insulin pump basal rates.

You can see it in action by going to www.autotune123.com and using a NightScout website URL from someone that uses the open source diabetes software from the DIY community as an input. Autotune123 relies on the open-source OpenAPS Autotune algorithm and the Savitzky-Golay filter. The app takes you through a 3-step process and uses data from a personal NightScout website as input to propose a 24-hour basal curve.
Basal rate curves are displayed with the dcc.Graph Dash component. Left in red are the new recommendations based on glucose levels analysed by the OpenAPS Autotune algorithm before, and right after applying the Saivtzky-Golay filter. The repo can be found over here. The proof-of-concept versions can be found over here.

Scrape prices from google search results webpages and show them dash DataTable.

You can find the running version on Heokru over here. The repo can be found over here.

Show Fitbit heart rate and sleep, Nightscout glucose and OpenScale bodyweight data in Dash.

You can find the running version with FitBit and OpenScale data (limited to my data from the month Dec 2021) on Heroku over here. The repo that also includes NightScout analysis can be found over here.

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MD, PhD with a heart for software development, www.kelvinkramp.com

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