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Exporting ResMed Data for Sleepyhead
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I have all my ResMed data in rlk files and PDF reports on my hard drive. Is there a way to export all of the data to CSV files so Sleepyhead can read them? Thanks, Bob.
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I,m computer inclined but guess you need to open SH and download SD card data so SH can read it.
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(09-07-2012, 03:27 AM)zonk Wrote: I,m computer inclined but guess you need to open SH and download SD card data so SH can read it.

HI. Thanks. I was looking for a way to use the data I already have on my computer as the CPAP machine is not here at this time and I have no access to it. Best regards, Bob.

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Bob -

Not sure about rlk files, but if you have the native data files from your machine, SleepyHead should be able to import them and use the data. I guess I'd be surprised if it would work with PDF files - those are more for viewing and printing, instead of data storage. But you don't need to have the machine or the SD card available; if the files have been copied to your PC, SleepyHead should be able to import them - you just need to point it at the right folder, I think.

Hope you get your machine back soon - it can't help you if you can't use it!

Doug
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(09-07-2012, 12:29 PM)dfhudson53 Wrote: Bob -

Not sure about rlk files, but if you have the native data files from your machine, SleepyHead should be able to import them and use the data. I guess I'd be surprised if it would work with PDF files - those are more for viewing and printing, instead of data storage. But you don't need to have the machine or the SD card available; if the files have been copied to your PC, SleepyHead should be able to import them - you just need to point it at the right folder, I think.

Hope you get your machine back soon - it can't help you if you can't use it!

Doug
Thanks Doug. The problem is that I don't have the files direct from the SD card. I have the files that the ResMed software created. They are in RLK and pdf report format. I guess I'll just wait till I get the machine back. I was hoping to do some work on the files with Sleepyhead. Bob.
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ResScan can export into CSV, but only selected data, not detailed graphs.

I'd like to also know how to import the .rlk files into Sleepyhead (asked in a separate thread).
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