EasyGV allows you to calculate 10 different measures of glycaemic variability (GV) from continuos glucose monitoring data using a simple interface.
The GV methods available are:
- Mean Aplitude of Glycaemic Excursions
- Lability Index
- Average Daily Risk Range
- Low Blood Glucose Index & High Blood Glucose Index
- Continuous overall net glycemic action
- Mean of Dail Differences
- Glycaemic Risk Assessment Diabetes Equation
- Mean Average Glucose
EasyGV is an excel-enabled workbook and should work on Microsoft Excel versions 2007, 2010, 2011. It might work on other versions but they have not been tested. The workbook uses macros to calculate the methods of GV so in order for it to work you need to enable macros.
EasyGV is free to use for academic and non-commercial purposes. The academic license is included in the download. If you wish to use this software commercially please contact Nathan Hill.
Read the associated paper in Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics (2011).
The zip file is password protected. The password is: nathan2011
EasyGV by Nathan R Hill. © University of Oxford 2010+
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