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RE: [IP] Logbook DM coming soon!
I can't wait to get my hands on this! I've used Diabetes Pilot buy found it
too cumbersome and too scattered. I like the idea of being able to enter all
relevant information and have calculations performed all on a single screen.
Does your program allow for multiple I:CHO ratios? I have one for breakfast,
one for lunch/dinner, and one for bedtime snack. I would also caution
against feature creep; too many features can make software just too
inconvenient to use, unless they are tucked away so as not to clutter up the
main work area.
Will this be shareware?
Thanks. I'm watching for the release.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ryan Bruner [mailto:email @ redacted]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 11:14 AM
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IP] Logbook DM coming soon!
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> Hello, fellow pumpers...
> About a month or so ago, I mentioned that I was writing software for
> Palm-based PDAs for helping to manage diabetes. Although there are
> other applications out there, all of them were harder to use than
> necessary (too many actions to just record everything), or it
> didn't do
> what I wanted. Anyhow, I'm happy to report, I'm nearing completion.
> My goal is to have the first release out by the end of the month. The
> name of the application is Logbook DM (DM stands for Diabetes
> Of course, for those who have the Freestyle Tracker, I can't compete
> with a built-in meter. :-) But, for everyone else, here are the
> features in the first release:
> 1. Single-screen entry for glucose level, carbs, insulin, low blood
> sugar, ketones, exercise, and notes. (Literally, you can enter all
> information in less than 5 seconds (depending on how quick
> you are with
> 2. Automated calculation of insulin required based on
> user-defined meal
> and correction bolus rates (with two "levels" of correction bolus
> 3. Also, the ability to factor in the unused insulin rule
> 4. Statistics which include average BG, interpolated average BG,
> estimated A1C level, and #'s within set target range, all
> over past 24
> hours, 7 days, 14 days, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, or everything.
> 5. Summary view of all entries.
> After this first release, I have plans for future features. I know
> these are very useful, but I wanted to get the first version
> out there
> in people's hands while I work on the next set of features. These
> features which will appear in subsequent releases include:
> 1. Ability to export data (top priority!!!)
> 2. Integrated food database.
> 3. More statistical information
> 4. Place to store bolus information, etc.
> 5. Easy reminder alarms for various things such as checking BG again.
> 6. Other suggested features?!?
> So, be on the lookout for my accouncement of Logbook DM in the next
> couple of weeks. The reason I'm posting this information
> now, however,
> is to make one final request for any features that I might be missing
> that are absolute must-haves, or just features you would like
> to see in
> the future.
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