Finding patterns in all of your logged data is hard. Even with our amazingly detailed charts and graphs, it’s still easy to miss something important. That is why for the last few months we worked hard to bring you a service, which will help you recognize trends easily.
Today we are happy to present Patterns – the latest addition to Diabetes:M will help you navigate your common occurrences and bring context into otherwise hard to read raw data.
You can access the new function from the status button on the home screen or the side menu (right above “News”).
How it works?
Patterns analyzes all your entries for the last two weeks and looks for common trends in your glucose levels. The more entries you have – the better the analysis works. If a pattern is found, the service will show all related log entries, as well as some suggestions on why this particular repeating event might occur. This will help both you and your doctor find potentially problematic events in your treatment and correct them easily.
If you find it hard to review all the information on your phone, you can always go to the web interface on your laptop or PC and see it comfortably there.
Patterns is currently fully available to Premium subscribers. Free users can see only their most frequently recurring pattern.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that our analysis service is only informational and is intended to help you better understand your condition. ALWAYS consult your doctor before making changes to your treatment!
Even after 6&1/2 decades of diabetes I still want /need to be able to make my own decisions re insulin dosing /carb intake …the best system for accessing the series of daily insulin administrations was on the ultra smart one touch…doses were paired with dates/times/meals acessed in columns. This allows the user to make a new /infrequent adjustment based on previous similar circumstances. I’m not a software engineer but would suggest this ‘column could be positioned on one side of the page being acessed. ..so if it’s a breakfast entry, then all the same time info would be on one side for say a week/14 days /60 days…ie have the column ‘movable so the user can easily access the desired info without having to leave the site being used.