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Oscar vs Resscan
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Oscar vs Resscan
Oscar didn't show Daily data for last night, but shows the nap I took yesterday, Resscan  showed both the nap I took and last night results.
What could be wrong with Oscar not showing last nights data, it's done this a few times.


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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
Could you show a ResScan screenshot for the same time period for comparison.

Also, are you sure you put your SD card back in the machine?
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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
(06-28-2019, 06:15 AM)OpalRose Wrote: Could you show a ResScan screenshot for the same time period for comparison.

Also, are you sure you put your SD card back in the machine?

Yes to both
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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
R S Chart


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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
Have you clicked on the “yellow” bar (left side) of graphs at the bottom to see if there is a session turned off?

Other than that...it’s a mystery to me. You may want to take this machine back to where you purchased it along with the two graphs to show the missing data. It’s possible the machine is defective.
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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
(06-28-2019, 07:24 AM)OpalRose Wrote: Have you clicked on the “yellow” bar (left side) of graphs at the bottom to see if there is a session turned off?

Other than that...it’s a mystery to me.  You may want to take this machine back to where you purchased it along with the two graphs to show the missing data.  It’s possible the machine is defective.

Thanks OpalRose
Showing only one session
I think I might have found what it is, we’ll see after 12 noon today.
Thanks again
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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
(06-28-2019, 08:04 AM)Apnearon Wrote:
(06-28-2019, 07:24 AM)OpalRose Wrote: Have you clicked on the “yellow” bar (left side) of graphs at the bottom to see if there is a session turned off?

Other than that...it’s a mystery to me.  You may want to take this machine back to where you purchased it along with the two graphs to show the missing data.  It’s possible the machine is defective.

Thanks OpalRose
Showing only one session


Also, try rebuilding the data in OSCAR.
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Splitting at noon


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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
I’m not familiar with ResMed, but I think that message may be talking about the “Session Splitting Settings.”  

Under “session storage options”, I believe the “Create SD card backup” should be checked, but it looks like that option is grayed out on your screen.

Mabye ResMed is different than Respironics, but I always thought a Cpap day was calculated from noon to noon.
Dont-know
Looking for someone on the OSCAR team to explain this.
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RE: Oscar vs Resscan
(06-28-2019, 04:46 AM)Apnearon Wrote: Oscar didn't show Daily data for last night, but shows the nap I took yesterday, Resscan  showed both the nap I took and last night results.
What could be wrong with Oscar not showing last nights data, it's done this a few times.

Two things that might lead to this issue:

  1. For ResMed machines, a "day" runs from noon to noon and you cannot change a "day" to begin at other than noon.
  2. Once you have imported one session for a day you cannot later import more sessions for the day.  The ResMed importer thinks it already has everything there is to know about the day and does not process anything more for the day.   (Perhaps SleepyHead did this for performance reasons?  I don't know why.)
When you have sessions that are widely split in time, and you import data for the first session of the day and later try to import more for the day, the additional sessions do not get imported.  This is especially a problem for people who are up at night and sleep through noon or have widely separated sleep sessions and import data between sessions of the same day.

For example, a person sleeps from 6 am to 2 pm.  The CPAP machine automatically splits the sleep period at noon and creates two session records: 6 am to noon and noon to 2 pm.  Now, at 4 pm you import data.  You get the 6am-noon session as data from yesterday and the noon to 2 pm as today. Then tomorrow you do this again and import the data.  Your session from 6 am to noon from tomorrow's morning is not imported because OSCAR already has data for the day (the noon to 2 pm session from yesterday).

The work around is this: in OSCAR, select the day with missing data.  Select Data/Advanced/Purge Current Selected Day to remove all sessions for the day.  Now, import your SD card again.

Does that solve your problem?  If not, then something else is going on and we may need to see a zip file of your SD card to figure it out.
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