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ResScan CPAP Reporting Software (current version: 5.5) [Archived Discussions]
whats the leak stats and how leak graph looks like?
(11-14-2012, 11:06 PM)Sleepster Wrote: Notice you're on the "Overview" tab. Switch to the "Daily" tab.

On Sleepyhead, there's nothing on the Daily except a dancing box. On the left is a pie chart.

On ResScan, there's not much more.

Zonk, the leak rate was too high. 46 was the highest and the 95th percentile leak was 39. While I love my mask, it is not good for sleeping on my back. The hard headgear doesn't adjust. I made some adjustments earlier today so we'll see how it is in the morning.
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(11-14-2012, 06:18 AM)archangle Wrote:
(11-14-2012, 05:30 AM)renatae Wrote: Thanks, archangle! No, my leaks seem okay, and my total hours used are correct. It's just the "last night" figures which are always skewed. It's really weird.

"Last night" numbers are often screwy even if you have a normal schedule. It seems the unit waits a while after you shut off before it calculates. Or something else that confuses the issue.

Thanks, archangle. It outdid itself today! My "Last Night" report, after about 5 1/2 hours of use said 0 after 20 minutes and 0 after about 2 hours. However, I downloaded the data card a while ago, uploaded it into ResScan and it reported 7 1/2 hours. Sleepyhead, in which I was able to adjust the time to keep my sleeping hours within the same day, said 5 1/2 hours, the correct time.

Unfortunately, my stats look dismal in ResScan - but at least it seems that even though the machine's "last night" readout is giving me stats like 0, .9, and .8 of an hour, the data card seems to have actually tracked my usage, just separates things into days from 1 PM on. I finally figured out that was the cutoff time on mine. Plus its clock is an hour behind. Taking those things into account, it begins to finally make sense. I think the "last night" report said 0 today because I had no time logged after 1:00 pm.
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Paula, congrats on your new Autoset! Smile
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I got actual data for last night. No clue what went wrong the first night. Now I got all sorts of squiggles. Shiny.
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(11-15-2012, 11:00 AM)PaulaO2 Wrote: I got actual data for last night. No clue what went wrong the first night. Now I got all sorts of squiggles. Shiny.

I guess ResScan 4.1 is now out of beta. If so, I'll try to update mine. Is the procedure still the same?


Hey, Paula, although I'm a late comer, I'd also like to say congratulations on your AutoSet! Finally, right?
Here's my ResScan question for anyone who might have the answer. How can I make a backup copy of the ResScan application program to my external HD from my laptop running Windows 7 (64 bit)? Recalling my difficulty in downloading ResScan into this computer initially, it would be nice to have the program copied and kept in the HD.
I am assuming you mean the installed program vs the file you downloaded. Programs install themselves all over the place. I don't think it would be possible to move it. And I'm betting you wouldn't be able to completely install it on the external drive, either, since files will want to be where the OS is.

And thank you! I'm having fun with the data as I learn what the heck is going on in my sleep.
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Yes, Paula, I was referring to the installed program, not the download file. And yes, the thought did occur that once it's installed, the program's parts are, as you wrote, in several places in the computer. Not being much of a computer person, I was thinking about the "uninstall program" portion of the control panel where all the parts of an installed program are apparently gathered together to uninstall it and hoping there was something similar hidden somewhere to allow one to copy rather than uninstall a program. I've found Microsoft info about backing up files, but I think that's for backing up everything, as in making an image of the computer's HD. Don't know if it can be done for only one program at a time.


It would be easier and quicker to just backup the download file. For me and where I sit, no program would ever be so bad to install that I would want to keep all it's pieces parts elsewhere. It would drive me nuts.

Then there's the changes to the registry, changes between the different bits....nope, not worth it!
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