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Hey there,

one of the few reasons I had looked into the iphone was the lack of a sleep app like sleepanalyser. Only found about about it on the forums yesterday afternoon and already put it to practice.

While its great that you're able to see your deep/REM cycles, I was keen to get a better understanding of how they relate to your well being. And I think a good way would be to ask you all to share you sleepanalyser screenshots so that we can compare them.

Here is my sleep patern from last night. I probably had too much coffee as I didn't sleep properly at all, and I'm not saying this from the 33% deep sleep, but from how groggy I felt this morning.

(*) took me ages to fall asleep, likely fell asleep around 1ish, and woke up around 6.20/30-ish.
There are a couple of periods (2am,4am,5am) that the apps lists me as being awake, but I don't think that was the case. Either I was moving around too much or my gf was awake messing around.


can you share yours?
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Didn't find one on n9. Is there or does the n900 version work on n9 as well?
 
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don't think so,

http://maemo.org/packages/view/sleepanalyser/

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Here's another one, slept way much better this time.
green was all the way up to 60%
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quite intrigued to what those yellow spikes mean
 
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#6
Cool! Thanks! I'll post my data later.
 
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after you get all the sleep paterns of the member what will you do ??
I dont see anything good in this thread
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you crunch the data, and look up patterns or differences in the data.
then pinpoint behaviours and mental and physical states based on those observations.

There is some interesting research regarding sleep, you can read it yourself,

http://www.biomedcentral.com/content...4-859X-7-5.pdf
http://science.education.nih.gov/sup...info-sleep.htm
http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/d/d_...1_p_cyc.html#2
 
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@bear picture, I've responded to your post. but it is pending moderators approval.
it may take a while.
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