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OSCAR, the Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter

https://www.SleepFiles.com/OSCAR

OSCAR, the Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter

~ Official Download Page ~
OSCAR v1.1.1

OSCAR is PC software developed for reviewing and exploring data produced by CPAP and related machines used in the treatment of sleep apnea.



Windows
7/8/10

Windows 7/8/10
OSCAR-1.1.1-Win32

OSCAR-1.1.1-Win64

MacOSX 10.12+

MacOSX 10.12+
OSCAR-1.1.1-MacOS
Ubuntu 18.04/Ubuntu 20.04
Debian 9

Ubuntu 18.04 / Debian 9
Linux file locations used by OSCAR have changed. We recommend removing older versions of OSCAR (including -beta and -test versions) before installation.
See the Installation Wiki for specific instructions

. OSCAR_1.1.1_Ubuntu_18.04_amd64 

OSCAR_1.1.1_Ubuntu_20.04_amd64 

OSCAR_1.1.1_Debian9_amd64

OSCAR_1.1.1_Debian9_i386

RaspberryPi OS (Experimental)
                             

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OSCAR Installation and Data Migration Guide

OSCAR Help Wiki

OSCAR - NEWS

OSCAR, the Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter

OSCAR News
This is a minor release of OSCAR, the changes include:

Changes and fixes in OSCAR v1.1.1
Portions of OSCAR are © 2019-2020 by The OSCAR Team

  • [new] 5 Additional Philips Respironics devices tested and fully supported: (they are listed in the Release Notes inside OSCAR)
    • Note: Ventilator alarms are not currently imported.
  • [new] Add the "peak flow" channel reported by pre-DreamStation ventilators.
  • [new] Automatically detect and resolve graphics-related crashes on Windows.
  • [new] Support AVAPS in the Overview pressure chart.
  • [new] Added Italian and Turkish translations.
  • [fix] Fix missing bars in the Overview pressure chart for Philips Respironics devices.
  • [fix] Add missing Philips Respironics pressure channels to CSV export.
  • [fix] Fix zero Philips Respironics AHI in CSV session export.
  • [fix] Add support for the Bi-Flex lock setting on pre-DreamStation ventilators.
  • [fix] Fix the pressure waveform scale for the BiPAP autoSV Advanced 30 (960T)
  • [fix] Add support for rise time mode on DreamStation BiPAP devices (600X-700X).
  • [fix] Remove the ramp time and pressure settings when the ramp is disabled on pre-DreamStation devices.
  • [fix] Improve import of Philips Respironics oximetry data.
  • [fix] Fix VS2 index shown on the Daily page for Philips Respironics machines.
  • [fix] Fix occasional failure to save imported Viatom data.
  • [fix] Fix a recurring database upgrade prompt.
  • [fix] Fix an occasional crash when importing Resmed data.
  • [fix] Add bounds error checking to Resmed input processing.
  • [fix] Fix STR.edf file backup to avoid loss of settings data.
  • [fix] Fix Backup Journal to format XML properly.
  • [fix] In flow rate graph, don't show duration for events with no duration.
  • [fix] Fix pressure settings in Overview graph reported as a huge negative number.

Changes and fixes in OSCAR v1.1.0
Portions of OSCAR are © 2019-2020 by The OSCAR Team

This is the second major release of OSCAR (Full details are contained in the Release Notes inside OSCAR)

  • Extensive overhaul of the Philips Respironics System One and ResMed importers
  • Easy to alter Chart Order to Standard (Default) or Advanced (Breathing Stats for advanced /Bilevel Machines)
  • Preferences changed to easily turn on and off PieChart and Calandar
  • Automatically set sidebars for F12 Screenshot.
  • Fixed many importers
  • View/Reset graphs now resets all Graphs and events
  • A lot of data corrections
  • A lot of fixes in general, See the release notes in Help - About OSCAR for more details.

Many of the changes that have occurred have resulted from input from you, the users of OSCAR. Keep them coming in.



2020 June Release

Sourcecode: https://gitlab.com/pholy/OSCAR-code or HERE


Available at: https://www.SleepFiles.com/OSCAR

The OSCAR team is a group of volunteer developers from the Apnea Community and are members from multiple forums and nationalities.

OSCAR is always looking for help: programmers, testers, or translators.
Send a private message to 'Bonjour' on the Apnea Board Forum if you are interested.


SleepFiles.com is the official CPAP and sleep apnea file-hosting site for www.ApneaBoard.com