Export data to OSCAR

Import your Torena sleep data into OSCAR.

Torena has built-in support to export your sleep position data and import your data into OSCAR.
On this page we explain you how you can do this.

What is OSCAR?

OSCAR stands for "Open Source CPAP Analysis Reporter" and is free software, available for Windows/MAC/Linux/Chromebook/RasPiOS, developed for reviewing and exploring data produced by CPAP and related machines used in the treatment of sleep apnea.


Export session from Torena

You should have tracked at least one or more sessions with the Torena app.
You can choose to export just one Torena session to OSCAR, or all your Torena sessions.

  • Open the Torena app on your smartphone.
  • Open the session you want to export to OSCAR.
  • In the upper right corner, push the download () icon to export the session.
  • You will get a prompt where you can choose an output format. Select "SomnoPose CSV" which is the format supported by OSCAR, and then press "select" to start the export process.
  • Once the export is ready, you will get prompted to share the export file. Choose one of the options that will allow you to access the file on your PC where OSCAR is installed. You can e.g. choose to e-mail the file to yourself, or save it in your Dropbox account, or Google Drive, etc.
  • You can now close the Torena app.

Import session in OSCAR

You should have OSCAR installed on your PC (see prerequisites above).
We won't go into detail on how OSCAR works, for support we kindly refer to www.ApneaBoard.com (English users) or www.oscar-app.nl (Dutch users) where other OSCAR users can help you out with any questions or issues related to the OSCAR application.

  • Start the OSCAR application on your PC.
  • From the top menu, click on "Data", then on "Import SomnoPose Data".
  • In the file select prompt, navigate to the location where you stored the Torena export file, and select it to start importing the Torena data.
  • Once the import is completed, click on the "Daily" tab in OSCAR to switch to the Daily view.
  • Navigate in the calendar to the date when the Torena session was recorded, and select the date.
  • In the "Orientation" view on the right, you will now see a graph of the sleep positions you took during the session.