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[CPAP] Software and graphs
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Does anyone know where the ResScan software puts the data files that you download from the sd card. Also I would like an explanation of the bar graphs 3 shaded areas. There is median, 95th percentile and maximum.
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Hi frankresmeds9,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
I don't use the data-management software but hang in there and someone will be along to help you soon.
Best of luck to you with your CPAP therapy.
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I just migrated to Windows 7 about 6 weeks ago; and I was successful at moving my Patient file. I cannot remember where it is today.

As for median -- that means 50% of the data lies above the median and 50% lies below the median. 95 percentile means 5% of the data is above that number and 95% is below that number. Maximum is obvious -- the highest value reached.
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(06-30-2014, 03:00 PM)frankresmeds9 Wrote: Also I would like an explanation of the bar graphs 3 shaded areas. There is median, 95th percentile and maximum.
Median: 50% of the time pressure or leak was at or below this number for 50% of the night
95th percentile: 95% of the time, leak or pressure was at or below this number for 95% of the night

If the machine is Escape Auto, not going to show you any leak data
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(06-30-2014, 03:00 PM)frankresmeds9 Wrote: Also I would like an explanation of the bar graphs 3 shaded areas. There is median, 95th percentile and maximum.

here's an *excellent* explanation of median, and 95% stats from one of our members.

what do those numbers mean?
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In Win 7, the files are located in

Documents > ResScan > ResScan (version #) > Patients > (whatever name you gave yourself)

The same path is: C: > Users > (you) > My Documents > ResScan (same as above)

I would assume that for other versions of Windoze, it is in a similar location.
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(06-30-2014, 10:35 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: In Win 7, the files are located in

Documents > ResScan > ResScan (version #) > Patients > (whatever name you gave yourself)

The same path is: C: > Users > (you) > My Documents > ResScan (same as above)

I would assume that for other versions of Windoze, it is in a similar location.

I have looked there and there is no data.
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(06-30-2014, 04:37 PM)zonk Wrote: If the machine is Escape Auto, not going to show you any leak data
Also no detailed data graphs either
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On my computer ( Win 7) it puts the files in c:/users/public.
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