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Time Scale
I am a new Member with substantial computer skills though.  I also am new to CPAP treatment and currently am using an Airsense 10 Autoset with cellular.  I found OSCAR and for the last three weeks have been using it daily to see how I am doing with mask usage and stuff when sleeping.  I am a numbers guy anyway and while I was sure having problems sleeping I am now a fully onboard advocate for sleep studies and treatment.  In short, my doctor saved my life.   The reason for this thread is because I am trying to figure out the time scale and session dates, times.  

What I would like to do is lock the time scale in OSCAR and view the data as per actual time.  I would like to see when my best sleep times are in relation to actual time.  Is it possible to set time time scale fixed to the whole 24 hours and view the data on that scale?  

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RE: Time Scale
Hi Sleepy Steven! - Welcome
I don't know if you are aware that a Resmed is encoded in the firmware for a day to run from noon to noon the next day. Is this going to impact your plans?

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RE: Time Scale
(10-20-2022, 05:51 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote: Hi Sleepy Steven!  -  Welcome
I don't know if you are aware that a Resmed is encoded in the firmware for a day to run from noon to noon the next day.  Is this going to impact your plans?

- Red

Thank you for the quick response.  I have been searching this forum and didn't see that, I did see a note about this on the preferences page in OSCAR.  The time scale on the graphs page though is sliding and tied to the sessions section.  I have noticed it on the graphs to vary depending on the first session time.

I'd just like to see the data on a fixed scale, but the more I am reading the problem I am talking about may be impossible anyway.


Thank you again.
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