- 1 Introduction
- 2 OSCAR Installation and Data Migration Guide
- 3 Create profile and run OSCAR for the first time
- 4 Basic OSCAR organisation
- 5 OSCAR Chart Organization and Screen Shot
- 6 OSCAR Preferences
- 7 OSCAR supported machines
- 8 OSCAR Troubleshooting
OSCAR - Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter
The analysis of the respiratory waveform is the heart and strength of OSCAR, whether it is reporting the results from the manufacturer or manually interpreting the displayed respiratory waveform, it is the core.
- This help system is a work in progress. Links shown in red indicate that the specific content is yet to be added to the wiki..
- The OSCAR program can be obtained free of charge from: Official OSCAR Download Page
- For a detailed discussion on the interpretation of your data see CPAP Data Interpretation
- Acknowledgement: Much of the material in this help system has been taken and/or adapted from RobySue's Beginner's Guide to SleepyHead
OSCAR Installation and Data Migration Guide
A discussion of downloading and installing OSCAR on your PC followed by a discussion of migrating data from a previous version or from SleepyHead.
Create profile and run OSCAR for the first time
A discussion of creating a profile (required) and importing data from your CPAP's SD card.
Basic OSCAR organisation
A description of the various windows in OSCAR and the available options.
OSCAR Chart Organization and Screen Shot
- For a brief tutorial on the best way to arrange your OSCAR charts for review, follow this link: OSCAR Chart Organization
- For advice on attaching charts and images to Apnea Board forums, follow this link: Attaching files to Apnea Board
To learn about the various changes you can make to the setup of OSCAR, see OSCAR Preferences
OSCAR supported machines
A list of machines that are supported by OSCAR
Having troubles with OSCAR? You may find the answer here: Oscar Troubleshooting