I was asked this question by e-mail this morning:
> Could you please tell me how l can separate my daily information
> into the dates that l require.
> The reason that l want to do this is because there was
> a change in my medication a few weeks ago and l want to show my
> doctor the difference using your programs.
I would recommend using an “Event” to record the change in medication. To do this, click on the “Study readings” task, and then click on the “Events” Tab. This will show you all your current events.
To add a new event, click on the “Add new event…” task. Enter the date when your medication change took place, a short description, and optionally you can change the icon to something that has more meaning for you.
Once you have added the event, the program will show you the average of all readings before the event, and the average of all readings after the event. You can print this out by clicking on the “Print events…” task.
In addition, when you click on the “View readings” task, you will see the event separating the list of readings. Also, when you click on the “View charts” task, you will see the event’s icon along the bottom of the chart. Both of these are printed in the report.