I am a student at the University of Utah. I am trying to gather the raw data on 30 or more individuals, preferably 35 - 55 females. My goal is to have 3 to 6 months worth of raw data. I have been search everywhere I can think of and can't seem to find a resource to buy the raw data. Does anyone have ideas on where I can find this type of information?
There are human activity datasets available for research. Some of the better known ones are:
Fordham University, NY
WISDM dataset (walking, jogging, standing, sitting, etc) - no gender/age
The WISDM (Wireless Sensor Data Mining) Lab is concerned with collecting the sensor data from smart phones and other modern mobile devices (e.g., tablet computers, music players, etc.) and mining this sensor data for useful knowledge. Currently our efforts are mainly focused on the acclerometer and GPS sensor data from these devices, but in the future we will mine the audio sensors (microphones), image sensors (cameras), light sensors, proximity sensors, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, direction sensors (compasses) and various other sensors that reside on these devices.
University of Michigan
Collective Activity Dataset
This page describe a Collective Activity Dataset. This dataset contains 5 different collective activities : crossing, walking, waiting, talking, and queueing and 44 short video sequences some of which were recorded by consumer hand-held digital camera with varying view point.
Here's something else that is fairly new. It is a FitBit activity dataset and analysis. Though I think it is collected from one individual: