SleepyHead is open-source, cross platform, sleep tracking software by JediMark with a focus on monitoring CPAP treatment.
It currently works with data capable versions of the following machines:
- Philips Respironics System One
- ResMed S9 families
- DeVilbiss Intellipap
- Fisher & Paykel Icon support is coming soon!
Currently you can also use Contec CMS50D (USB serial) oximeters, as well as ResMed S9's oximeter attachment. CMS50E/F support is still a Work in progress.
SleepyHead is currently in Beta release..
Gosh, life threw JediMark a curve ball and he got knocked off balance. Sorry for the uber delay without any updates, but things are getting back on track..
Thanks to the awesome efforts of Rich Freeman & James Marshal there are however more current builds available than you might be using.
0.9.3 beta update is available for windows and includes PRS1 60 series support and some minor bugfixes.
I'm currently stuck on a Mac platform bug that prevents me from getting a working build out.. On Qt4.8 there is a print system crash, and in Qt5.x there is a mouse handling bug that makes SleepyHead unusable. I'm still waiting on a bug to be fixed upstream in the Qt platform.
Now available with an actual installer for Windows here.
For the latest version, download the 0.9.3 installer.. The auto-updater isn't working as well as I'd hoped.
Jimbo's (James Marshall's) Mac builds of SleepyHead can be obtained here.
0.9.2 is the latest version.. It may help if you first purge CPAP machine data first from the data menu, before installing the new version, and then reimporting the data again.
A couple of major Qt platform bugs is really holding up updated builds :(
A couple of Ubuntu (.deb) builds are available, thanks to John Masters: Linux Releases
There is a installer test (.run) version that may work with other recent distros.
For alternative distro's/platforms you still may need to build from source
To-do list for 1.0 release.
Feature Requests (IdeaTorrent, share or vote on your favourite new features & ideas)
About Sleep Apnea (at Wikipedia)
CPAP.com (A good place to buy CPAP machines and related equipment.)
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