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SleepyHead is a graphical program for displaying CPAP machine data

SleepyHead is a free and open source graphical program used for exploring data produced by CPAP machines. It can be used for sleep tracking and monitoring sleep apnea treatment.

CPAP machines supported:

  • Philips Respironics System One (450P models and above)
  • ResMed S9 families (excluding Escape models), plus AirSense 10 support
  • Fisher & Paykel Icon
  • DeVilbiss Intellipap CPAP/Auto


version 0.9.8 (stable)
released on 21 May 2015

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Sourceforge says LGPLv3, README says "GNU Public License version 3.0", headers say "the GNU General Public License" without a version, COPYING is GPLv3.

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 February 2018.


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