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Re: [IP] log sheets



Sara,

Also how do you est. all of the grams etc..

Jeff
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sara M. G." <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2000 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] log sheets


> > I set up a couple of filters to track lows 
> > (cell is blue) and highs (cell is red). Trends 
> > really jump out at you. I also set up charts 
> > for daily, weekly and monthly averages. Makes 
> > a nice two page monthly summary.
> >
> My glucodaemon charts ( http://bgc.ppp0.com ) do the 
> same thing, same colors in fact :)
> 
> When I started with my current nurse, she took one look 
> at my printouts and shrank back, "TOO MANY COLORS!"  
> She did add, of course, that I'm the one that the 
> reports have to work for, so if I like it then more 
> power to me :)
> 
> What really gets me sometimes, is graphing the numbers 
> out.  It's hard to see the general trends in the 
> specific numbers, but when you 'zoom out' and look at 
> the big picture you really see things like: that 
> monthly cycle, stress patterns, seasonal changes, 
> overall effects of exercise regimens, etc...
> 
> It really tends to help explain vairances that 
> otherwise wouldn't make sense.
> 
> -Sara G. (Still fighting her numbers, trying to do 
> better than 2 out of 3 readings in target)
> 
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