You’ve worked so hard logging and now have a beautiful set of data sitting in the app. You’ve looked through the analysis which gives you an idea of how well you’re doing – but there’s always more to be discovered!
Which report format is right for you?There are three report formats in mySugr: CSV, Excel, and PDF:
- CSV: it’s the raw format, and is available for free and pro users alike. You can even transform it into an excel format with a few clicks (here’s a good online tutorial to help). It is for the tech-savvy among you.
- Excel: it’s one step further from the CSV, we already did some of the work for you. The advantage of that format is that you are totally free to crunch your numbers any way you like! Correlation calculations between your carb intakes and average BG, distribution of your hypers over a day… it’s all possible! It’s for those of you with the soul of a data scientist.
- PDF: for this one, we’ve done all the work for you. We present a clean and easy to understand report, all wrapped up in a nice package. We designed this format alongside diabetes doctors and CDE’s, and with their input, we’ve kept it in a very simple, traditional logbook layout. This design makes it easy to spot patterns thanks to the consistent time-of-day orientation up and down the page for each day of the week. This report format is great for your doctor visits.
How do I get my report?That’s the easy part! Your reports are available on-demand, anytime. To get your report tap on “Reports” from the mySugr side-menu (three horizontal bars in the upper left corner). From there, you can select:
- Your report format – just tap to see the list and pick your favorite.
- The time period, you can select from the pre-defined ones (2 weeks or 3 months) or set a custom date range. Just tap on the dates and select the range as desired.
- You can view your report right away on your phone or email straight away. Send it to yourself, your doctor, or whoever you want to keep informed about your diabetes data!