Reports and Graphs

Diabetes Pilot provides several methods for you to review your data and assess your blood sugar control over time. These reports can be selected by tapping the "Tasks..." button on the main screen, then choosing "Reports" or "Graphs".

Any of the reports can be emailed by tapping on the "Email report" button near the bottom of the report screen.

Averages Report

This report shows your average blood sugar for the past 7, 30, 60, and 90 days. This report should not take the place of tests recommended by your doctor such as glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c).

The report will also display a rough "best guess" estimate of your HbA1C. Because this estimate is based only on the data that you've entered, it may be inaccurate in certain circumstances depending on your data entry patterns. It's intended for informational purposes only - you shouldn't rely on it for medical decision-making purposes or as a subsitute for actual HbA1C testing.

Category Report

The category report analyzes your readings based on their category. If you have been using the category feature to categorize your records as you enter them, this report may help you find patterns in your readings. See Recording and Editing Data for more information on using categories.

For each category, the report shows:

  • Average Glucose
  • Minimum Glucose
  • Number of Glucose Readings
  • Glucose Readings in Target Range
  • High Glucose Readings
  • Low Glucose Readings

You can specify the records to analyze by tapping on the "Settings" button near the top of the screen.

Medication Report

The Medication Report shows the totals of each of your medications over a selected date range.

You can specify the records to analyze by tapping on the "Settings" button near the top of the screen.

Food Report

You can create a report that shows the nutritional content of the meals you've entered. To do this, choose "Food Report".

You can specify the records to analyze by tapping on the "Settings" button near the top of the screen.

Glucose Graph

The Glucose Graph shows your glucose readings over the course of a day, week or month.   

Select the desired time period using the control at the bottom of the screen.

Swipe the graph left and right to move forward and backward in time.

The blue triangle marks indicate times where medication records were entered. 

The green triangle marks indicate times where food records were entered. 

The highlighted ranges correspond to the "high", "low" and "target" ranges set in the preferences.

Weight Graph

The Weight Graph shows your weight readings over the course of a month, week or year.

Select the desired time period using the control at the bottom of the screen.

Swipe the graph left and right to move forward and backward in time.