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EERS Experiment Data (sherwoga)
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RE: EERS Experiment Data - Seq #4 Design #12
(12-03-2019, 01:05 PM)sherwoga Wrote:
(12-03-2019, 08:52 AM)slowriter Wrote:
(12-03-2019, 08:42 AM)sherwoga Wrote: 12/02/2019 EPR(Min Pressure),ESSR pair = 0(5),0 Sequence #4 Design #12

Note:  This is a replication (repeat) of the conditions used two nights ago on 11/30.  

Including a Zoom (3-minutes at about 2:00 AM) of Events, Flow Rate, AND Respiration Rate graphs OVERLAID on (and beneath) the same graphs for the Full Session.  I note very noisy flow rate patterns during this period of erratic respiration rate.  Any insights?

Here's an open access research article that is part of what was behind Joey's question. See Table 1, Figure 5.

My observation in my post this morning focused on "erratic respiration rate".  I don't think this article, while extremely enlightening, refers directly to respiration rate.  When I reread it, should I be looking for indirect references?

No. I probably read a little too quickly, saw the "flow rate" point, and thought you might've been thinking about Joey's post.

Regardless, it should be useful for you at some point.
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RE: EERS Experiment Data - Seq #4 Design #12
(12-03-2019, 08:42 AM)sherwoga Wrote: I note very noisy flow rate patterns during this period of erratic respiration rate.  Any insights?
Could be positional.
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RE: [split] EERS Experiment Data (sherwoga)
I see flow limitations, plenty of them, if you are perceiving issues from them we will chase them down (prefer after the experiment, but your call), which may require a BiLevel (VAuto) to get higher PS, which is a premise of this experiment.
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#24
RE: [split] EERS Experiment Data (sherwoga)
(12-03-2019, 03:05 PM)bonjour Wrote: I see flow limitations, plenty of them, if you are perceiving issues from them we will chase them down (prefer after the experiment, but your call), which may require a BiLevel (VAuto) to get higher PS, which is a premise of this experiment.

I continue to have problems with sleepiness, but that can wait.  I fully plan on completing the collection of the data over 12 nights for the designed experiment started.  Tonight is another repeat, but as of Thursday morning I will have one complete set of data (four runs at the four possible combinations of EPR and EESR) done.  I hope to begin assembling the outputs then.  

Still thinking about Wiki article title.  I don't really know what is involved in writing the article yet.
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EERS Experiment Data - Seq #5 Design #9
12/03/2019 EPR(Min Pressure),ESSR pair = 3(8),18 Sequence #5 Design #9

Note:  This is a replication (repeat) of the conditions used two nights ago on 12/01.

           

I again, as for 12/01, observe a more stable respiration rate.  I do note one exception for a period near midnight that correlates with a period of flow rate showing larger, more erratic maxima and minima (having what I think Slowriter calls the "hair brush" appearance). 

I feel about as refreshed this AM as I have in a long time.    
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RE: EERS Experiment Data - Seq #5 Design #9
Close-ups of flow rate please? Upload them to imgur (or whatever) and embed them if you don't want to upload too many attachments.
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RE: EERS Experiment Data - Seq #5 Design #9
(12-04-2019, 08:45 AM)JoeyWallaby Wrote: Close-ups of flow rate please? Upload them to imgur (or whatever) and embed them if you don't want to upload too many attachments.
Here is one overlay made from different regions of last nights (Dec 3) data.

I'm not familiar with Imgur.  

First I will make another attempt to upload raw data file to my dropbox account.  Failing that, I'll investigate Imgur.  

   
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RE: EERS Experiment Data - Seq #5 Design #9
(12-04-2019, 09:59 AM)sherwoga Wrote:
(12-04-2019, 08:45 AM)JoeyWallaby Wrote: Close-ups of flow rate please? Upload them to imgur (or whatever) and embed them if you don't want to upload too many attachments.
Here is one overlay made from different regions of last nights (Dec 3) data.

I'm not familiar with Imgur.  

First I will make another attempt to upload raw data file to my dropbox account.  Failing that, I'll investigate Imgur.  
Here is a link to my data for last night.  

Process I used:
  1. Copied Folder directly from my flash card to my Datalog subfolder under OSCAR_Data Folder in my OneDrive cloud account.  
  2. Uploaded folder "20191203" from OneDrive to my dropbox account.
  3. Created a link to "20191203" in dropbox.
  4. Copied link from dropbox to this post.
[url= https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p425cl765eqp9...?dl=0]Link to Sherwoga 12/03/2019 Sleep Data[/url]

Please advice as to whether this worked.
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RE: [split] EERS Experiment Data (sherwoga)
Downloading those files works but you need to upload everything from the SD card, not just DATALOG.
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RE: [split] EERS Experiment Data (sherwoga)
(12-04-2019, 12:59 PM)JoeyWallaby Wrote: Downloading those files works but you need to upload everything from the SD card, not just DATALOG.
This link is to a folder I named Xfer or Transfer (not sure which).  It should contain the complete contents of my SD Flash Card.  I has multiple days of data, if it worked.  Let me know.

SD Flash Card
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