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Jun 2018
marafie
@marafie
Jun 13 2018 00:42

Hello... I was wondering in the autotune recommendation the carb ratio assumes it’s the same for the whole day?

my kids pump is set up for 3 intervals

Morning 16 carb per unit
Noon 16 carb per unit
Night 34 carbs per unit

And in the autotune recommendation log has this

Parameter | Pump | Autotune

ISF [mg/dL/U] | 324.000 | 319.792
Carb Ratio[g/U]| 12.000 | 12.330
Basals [U/hr] | - |
00:00 | 0.250 | 0.197
00:30 | |
01:00 | | 0.193
01:30 | |
02:00 | | 0.183
02:30 | |
03:00 | | 0.169
03:30 | 0.15 |
04:00 | | 0.107
04:30 | |
05:00 | | 0.105
05:30 | |
06:00 | | 0.116
06:30 | |
07:00 | | 0.134
07:30 | |
08:00 | | 0.152
08:30 | |
09:00 | 0.200 | 0.153
09:30 | |
10:00 | | 0.172
10:30 | |
11:00 | | 0.174
11:30 | |
12:00 | | 0.195
12:30 | 0.3 |
13:00 | 0.350 | 0.229
13:30 | |
14:00 | | 0.229
14:30 | |
15:00 | | 0.229
15:30 | |
16:00 | | 0.229
16:30 | |
17:00 | | 0.229
17:30 | |
18:00 | | 0.229
18:30 | 0.25 |
19:00 | | 0.207
19:30 | |
20:00 | | 0.207
20:30 | |
21:00 | | 0.207
21:30 | |
22:00 | | 0.207
22:30 | |
23:00 | | 0.207
23:30 | |

The carb ratio in the file is 12g/u
How can I explain the different between the one in the pump with 3 timings and the one mentions in the log file
What is recommended to do ?
I have reduced the Basel rate several times based on the autotune recommendation file
marafie
@marafie
Jun 13 2018 00:47
And changed the carb ratio taking into account after meal effect
Autotune currently uses a single CR for the entire day
marafie
@marafie
Jun 13 2018 01:17
Is it recommended to match the autotune recommendations with the pump?
Jon Cluck
@cluckj
Jun 13 2018 02:06
I've been getting that unable to locate package error consistently today when installing on the pi
thought it was a fluke, but it just did it again
looks like we need an apt-get update after the dist-upgrade?
Jon Cluck
@cluckj
Jun 13 2018 02:11
(testing a patch now)
Jon Cluck
@cluckj
Jun 13 2018 03:57
re: status.js on dev: temp basal not rendering is because of last_temp_basal.json not existing, and cob/iob doesn't render because the script crashes before it gets to it :)
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 04:03
@marafie why do you have the much higher CR in the evening than during the day?
BEGRAFX
@begrafx
Jun 13 2018 12:24
Hello. I'm brand new to all of this. I am delving into OpenAPS to help a friend, who's young son is diabetic. The classic case of, "You're a Techie, can you help us with this?" I have a few, probably very basic questions to start off.
Would I want to use something like a Raspberry Pi or LattePanda, or is there a "better" option to use? (not meaning to start into a version of the whole "Mac vs PC"/"Ford vs Chevy"/"This vs That" type debate, but I know basically only what I've gleaned from reading the FAQ on OpenAPS.ORG , and I know basically nothing about insulin pumps or that sort of thing, so I would appreciate any help/direction that anyone can offer me, so I can help my friend and her husband and their son. This sounds like an amazing system, that could help them all lead more of a "normal life".
marafie
@marafie
Jun 13 2018 12:52
@scottleibrand it’s my kids CR at night his CR is very high the insulin per unit burns more ... no idea why... taking into consideration that his lunch and dinner are the same in size and portion and type
Jon Cluck
@cluckj
Jun 13 2018 14:09
@rollerdecom do you want to test out something to support x12 bolus wizard carb entry?
Jens Heuschkel
@juehv
Jun 13 2018 15:44
@danamlewis @scottleibrand sorry for being silent the last days about my 0.6.2 test. I'm on a business trip and my loop broke down. Have no tools to investigate the problem but I think it's not a 0.6.2 problem ... More a general one. Will tell you the results by this weekend :)
Eelke Jager
@Lytrix
Jun 13 2018 19:43
Hi I could get an intel edison for 80 euros. Is that a good choice to go for with the explorer board then to go with it? Or is the raspberry explorer a better solution for the upcoming new developments which are coming like moving to GO?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 19:44
Edison is more power efficient and faster. I would buy one at that price if you don't already have one.
Eelke Jager
@Lytrix
Jun 13 2018 19:44
I'm sold, thanks!
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 19:44
you can always get a Pi Zero + Explorer HAT as well: having two rigs is useful
Eelke Jager
@Lytrix
Jun 13 2018 19:44
That's true, It would help with battery charging.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 19:45
most people like to have one that sits at home and one for mobile use, to give better coverage throughout the whole house without having to wear a rig at home
Edison is probably more convenient as an online mobile rig (when you have cell coverage and can hotspot), whereas the Pi HAT screen makes it easier to see what's going on when you're offline
and of course we made them cooperate nicely if they're both in range of the pump
if you'd like to add any of those tips to the docs, PRs are welcome
Eelke Jager
@Lytrix
Jun 13 2018 20:17
updating as we speak. any other pros regarding the Pi HAT?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 20:22
just the screens and buttons and UI possibilities that gives
katie disimone
@Kdisimone
Jun 13 2018 21:00
And potentially nicer to swap out a microSD card if the loop fails or needs repair. Easier to keep spare microSD around than Edisons. So if you get a “disk full” type issue that seems to be so common, you could just swap cards
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Jun 13 2018 21:01
true. and since most SD cards are larger than Edison on-board storage, "disk full" errors are far less likely
I'm at 2.5GB on a 16GB SD card
Eric
@ecc1
Jun 13 2018 21:53
Plus: no flashing, no need for a vendor-unsupported OS like jubilinux, easy to recover with an HDMI monitor and keyboard
(for some value of "easy")
katie disimone
@Kdisimone
Jun 13 2018 23:34
Except the OpenAPS code has a kill for the hdmi. I’m still not sure about that one being worth it. Or at least I’d like directions on how to undo that
6600 mah lipo lasted 16.5 hours on dev branch. Just FYI