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Graph of usage time on x axis only
#1
Hi, newbie here.
I am using Sleepyhead software, but its usage time is on two axes - days on the x axis and times on the y axis.

What I would like is a graph where usage, regardless of time of day, is all on the x axis - ie one 24 hour period just blends into the next.

I would much prefer it this way because my sleep hours are not in date chunks. I might sleep 4 hours, then be awake for 6, then sleep for 20, then awake for 30, etc.
I do not live by 24-hour chunks. (Herein lies my particular sleep issue - also known as a complication of bipolar disorder)

Does anyone know if any software can display this information on the x axis alone? (short of exporting to a .txt or .csv file, then importing to a spreadsheet, etc)

Thanks
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#2
I do not think it can. Your machine's day starts and ends at local noon. (Provided the internal clock is set correctly.)
For most people this puts several sleep periods on the correct day.
For your fragmented sleep pattern, I think you would have to export in csv, then use Excel to product the graph you wish.

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Hi Bootstrap,
WELCOME! to the forum.
Hang in there for more answers to your questions regarding data management software.
Much success to you with your CPAP therapy.
trish6hundred
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