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SH Time at Pressure graph question
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I have not found the answer to this question in the forums, but I figure those in the know can enlighten me.

I show an example of the "Time at Pressure" graph below, showing four shadowy peaks pointed out. These peaks are on all days, but of different sizes and placements, even sometimes more than four.

   

What is the significance of these?
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(05-23-2016, 08:03 AM)Snowbird47 Wrote: I have not found the answer to this question in the forums, but I figure those in the know can enlighten me.

I show an example of the "Time at Pressure" graph below, showing four shadowy peaks pointed out. These peaks are on all days, but of different sizes and placements, even sometimes more than four.

it's very hard to see them, but they correspond to colors of events in the flags chart on the left detail panel.

presumably, you had some event (apnea, hypo, etc) at around 12, 12.6, 13, and 13.4cm pressures.
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Tru Dat Palerider, thanks for the explanation
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