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[Equipment] can data on-machine w/o SD card be xfer'd SD
RE: can data on-machine w/o SD card be xfer'd SD
STR.edf is exactly 91 KB

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RE: can data on-machine w/o SD card be xfer'd SD
That's probably your four months of statistics and setting data. Probably worth your while to use OSCAR to check it oit.
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RE: can data on-machine w/o SD card be xfer'd SD
OSCAR did help me look at the data found in STR.edf

so thank you (*again) for pointing me in the right directions

I'm bummed that the overview from the import doesn't have the detail I seek, but I did learn a few things about OSCAR and being a noob.

1) Import into OSCAR from oldest data set to newest, else OSCAR will claim that older data is already imported when it is not
2) OSCAR almost doubles the storage space needed for a data set to be manipulated/read as OSCAR files: I imported X GB, but the profile dir of my imports (that are obviously backing up all that it imports, plus it's own new files) is very close to 2X GB.  Since I'd made an error at 1st try, I deleted everything and re-did imports from oldest to newest and proved the 2x was not an artifact of my importing things incorrectly.

I did not find anything about 1) or 2) in the OSCAR wiki or Help.

3) there's lots to learn, both medically and methodologically.
4) I'm not quite the guy to hardware hack a CPAP, but with the right tools and a lot of work, I'd bet a lot of the raw data could still be pulled out of an AirSense 10's system storage if you could marshall the resources. But for now it's easier to just create and work with fresh data, even if a smaller data set.

Have a great rest of the day and week,
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