@timomer I took a look at HAPP because it sounds pretty close to what I want. Is there currently a way to edit the basal/ISF profile? I'm not seeing anything in the code, but I haven't looked very long.
Hi Everyone - I am a father of a type 1 diabetic. I am looking to close the loop for him at night time. I've set up the Pi and am now pulling reports and collecting data from the pump and Dexcom. I took programming courses way back in college and interact frequently with a dev team at work where we do a lot of pseudocoding together. So while I am not a total tech neophyte, my programming skills aren't up to snuff to write a lot of the code myself. I found the pseudocode for the basic ideas behind closing the loop but am a bit stuck now. I am taking a course on Python to help (I learned pascal back in the day). If there is a non-programmer that reached the same point as me and is willing to let me know how they proceeded I would be grateful.
welcome eyim! there are lots of people who have been down the same path as you. there is a fair bit of code out there that you should be able to assemble to do what you want. things are still in flux a bit, and we haven't documented things in a whole lot of detail, but you might want to look at determine-basal.js to start with...
for roche pumps you do not capture treatment info on the pump (and I cannot connect to the pump yet anyway!) so all treatment info and pump info, for example Pump Basal, Pump Temp Basal Mode and also set in app