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Gain superior data insights with our analytics packages

Designed expressly for researchers, our packages allow you to gain a deeper understanding of your participants’ physiological biomarkers to better inform your research goals. All of our reports are backed by cited scientific research, so you can utilize the results with confidence.

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We focus on analytics, so you can focus on insights

With Labfront analytics, you don’t need to hire a data team. We will work with you to understand your needs and help get the most from your data.

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Our expertise is your peace of mind

New to using physiological data? Our experts, trusted by researchers from Stanford to MIT, are here to help.

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Save time on data processing and organization

Know what you want but don’t want to code it yourself? We help researchers save time by distilling their data.

Packages with pre-built and validated analytics reports:

Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Packages

Heart rate variability (HRV) is an accepted measure to approximate autonomic nervous system (ANS) function. With our HRV reports, get all the important metrics automatically generated in CSV format and easily importable into your favorite tool.

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Time domain (SDRR, RMSSD, pnn 50)
Frequency domain (VLF, LF, HF, LF/HF ratio)
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Time domain (SDRR, RMSSD, pnn 50)
Frequency domain (VLF, LF, HF, LF/HF ratio)
Non-linear domain (MSE, DFA a1, DFA a2)
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All of the Garmin wearable data gets pulled out and reported to you in a usable way. We couldn’t have done our study without it.

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Jennifer Edelschick, PT, DPT
Clinical Specialist in Physical Therapy Duke Health

Actigraphy (Sleep/Wake) Packages

Actigraphy devices cost anywhere from $600 to $3000. We’ve been able to work with Garmin to create a validated actigraphy system at a fraction of the cost. Our analysis is proven to be compatible with leading medical-grade actigraphic devices, including Actiwatch 2 and Motionlogger.

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Movement Energy or Movement Frequency (Zero Crossing) method
Duo
Movement Energy method
Movement Frequency (Zero Crossing) method
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Labfront's analysts consistently go above and beyond with positivity, a sterling work ethic, and an ever-present willingness to assist, making our collaboration a genuine pleasure.

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Michelle Poirier, PhD
Research Scientist at Metamorphosis, LLC

Sleep Staging Report

Traditionally sleep staging has required a resource-intensive PSG process. We are currently working with a wearable EEG monitor to make research-quality sleep staging available at home.

Unsure what you need? Our team of experts can create a custom solution for your project.

Custom Analytics Service

If your needs aren’t covered by our pre-built reports, our team can support your research from exploration to analytics. We’ll work with you to figure out the right package for your budget and needs.

Expertise in non-linear and dynamical biomarkers applications
Trusted by researchers from Stanford, UCSD, and more.
Our experts are an extension of your team
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Labfront's analysts understood our needs as researchers and saved us weeks of work when they prepared our datasets for analysis.

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Bryan Edwards, Professor
Management Department, Oklahoma State University

An all-star team of analysts

Our analytics team of MDs and PhDs are alumni from the Center for Dynamical Biomarkers (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School) and have over 20+ years of experience.

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Research Highlights

Physiotherapy and Cystic Fibrosis Research

With Labfront, Jennifer Edelschick was able to utilize Garmin wearables in her cystic fibrosis study so her team could capture objective physiological data and see how exercise was impacting subjects’ sleep, mood, pulmonary function, and more.

Labfront helped pull all the data together and the additional analytics package generated usable reports for her research.

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All of the Garmin wearable data gets pulled out and reported to you in a usable way. We couldn’t have done our study without it.
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Jennifer Edelschick, PT, DPT
Clinical Specialist in Physical Therapy Duke Health

Bringing Objective Data to Epidemiological Studies

The Stanford WELL For Life Wearable Pilot Study set out to measure sleep, stress, and depression. They chose Labfront to get granular sensor data, such as interbeat interval (IBI), that they could customize to their own needs.

Our analysts saved them a tremendous amount of time by deriving heart rate variability (HRV) from the IBI data that would have been nearly impossible for analysts without HRV expertise.

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The analysts at Labfront are very conscientious and hardworking, and I am appreciative of their contribution.
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Ann Hsing, PhD, MPH
Professor of Medicine, Stanford Prevention Research Center

Frontline Healthcare Worker Resiliency During The Pandemic

Researchers at Clemson examined the wellbeing of frontline health care workers at the height of the pandemic. They wanted to see how the long hours (including shift work and overtime) were affecting their overall health.

They collected both self-reported data as well as objective biomarker data through the use of wearables, painting a richer and more complete picture of their participants’ experiences.

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We’re really impressed with how quickly and accurately the Labfront team synthesizes information for us, and is very understanding of what we need.
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Kristin Scott, PhD
Professor of Business, Clemson University

Therapy + Biomarker Monitoring to Reduce Depression Risk

ThoughtFull and Labfront scientists launched a 3-month research study combining mental health therapy with digital biomarker monitoring to examine its effectiveness in reducing depression.

Significant clinical improvements were seen in the emotional state of the participants, offering preliminary support for incorporating physiological data such as physical activity, sleep, and heart rate in mental health interventions.

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ThoughtFull wanted to enhance our clinician's ability to delve deeper into their clients' wellbeing and progress by integrating objective data into their intervention methodology.
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Joan Low
CEO, ThoughtFull
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Labfront adheres to ICH-GCP, HIPAA, SOC 1/2/3 and GDPR. We keep up to date with the regulations so you don’t have to.

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Unlike big-tech, we believe in data privacy. You control your data. We will never sell your data, ever. Period.

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Labfront is built with the best practices in security in mind. Features like secure encryption that protects your data both at rest and in transit are tablestakes.

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“Now, more than ever, we need tools like Labfront that can help researchers take their research and data collection virtual.”
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Dr. Gloria Yeh, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
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“The Labfront team was extremely responsive to our requests and made every effort to accommodate our unique needs.”
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Yogev Kivity, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Bar Ilan University
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"Labfront's analysts understood our needs as researchers and saved us weeks of work when they prepared our datasets for analysis."
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Bryan Edwards, Professor, Joe Synar Chair
Management Department, Oklahoma State University
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“The physiological data really helped provide deeper insights.  We recommend Labfront and will definitely be using it again!”
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Dr. Kristin Scott, PhD
Professor of Business, Clemson University
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