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well now that I'm sleeping and my #'s are looking good it's time to look a little deeper and learn sleepyhead. as of now most of what I'm looking at make little since to me so I'm sure lots of questions are coming as I'm kinda thick skulled.
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Look for the tutorials by RobySue. They're great.

Mostly the things you will be interested in are the pressure readings, leak graph, ahi and event breakdown. A lot of the other stuff is fluff that you can take your time getting to know.
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(03-30-2015, 11:20 AM)retired_guy Wrote: Look for the tutorials by RobySue. They're great.

Mostly the things you will be interested in are the pressure readings, leak graph, ahi and event breakdown. A lot of the other stuff is fluff that you can take your time getting to know.

There is also a great youtube tutorial by LankyLefty? or something like that. I learned a lot watching it! I would look it up and paste the link but I do not know whether that is allowed.

Good luck to you.

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