I had just finished looking at my pump BG/insulin charts. And there is a "standard deviation" number in the data. I am wondering if anyone knows what that number means, and what might be a good goal for it? Is a high number good, or a low number?

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Thanks for your input, Steve. I did read the article you referenced and got a lot out of it. I respect Gary Scheider very much. Your site is very appealing and well thought out. I can see it becoming popular. I hope you will lurk less and contribute more to this site!

Thanks for the kind words, Cindy!

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