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OSCAR not saving data [solved, see post #18]
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RE: OSCAR not saving data [solved, see post #18]
Hi GuyScharf,

You mentioned "Unfortunately, PRS1 machines do not report reliable duration data for individual events, so we cannot show individual event duration."

Can one graph a single sleep parameter (like total duration of obstructive apnea per hour for each night versus date)?  If so, how is that done?

This would part of the information I asked about above.

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RE: OSCAR not saving data [solved, see post #18]
No, we cannot do that because we would need the duration of each apnea and that information is not available.
The current version of OSCAR is 1.2.0.  We recommend upgrading from any earlier version.

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RE: OSCAR not saving data [solved, see post #18]
Hi GuyScharf,

I am confused.  The Oscar Daily Tab has a "Details Tab" on the left side that shows the total hours and a % for CA.    Does that mean the % of the total hours sleep spent in CA?  If so, one could convert it to average time in CA per hour.  And then plot this average versus day.  It appears that this plot is in Overview of AHI, but all apnea events contributing to AHI are stacked on top of each other.  So OSCAR should have this data.  How can one get it?

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RE: OSCAR not saving data [solved, see post #18]
That list shows a %-sign only for items that are calculated as percentages, such as Large Leak and Periodic Breathing, where the % is the % of total time that has large leaks or periodic breathing.

The numbers without the %-sign are indexes, so what are you are seeing is the CA index -- total number of CAs/duration of machine use for the day. If you add the indexes for CA, OA, UA, and H, you'll see the total is the AHI.
The current version of OSCAR is 1.2.0.  We recommend upgrading from any earlier version.

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Best way to organize charts
How to attach charts to your post

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