Allow graphs to be overlaid in analysis
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It would be very helpful to be able to overlay graphs in the analysis page. It can be very useful to see things like you’re weight vs water intake or protein intake.
Under consideration Analysis Settings Suggested by: Chris • Upvoted: 19 Aug, '22 • Comments: 8
Kenny yoshida Merged
I want to display the weight graph and the calorie intake graph at the same time.
Hi there! I would like to be able to create/configure my own graph in the progress analyses, by combining existing graph data into one, e.g overlay weight (as is, dots) and dietary energy (as is, histogram) in one graph. That makes investigations easier, better to see where there are the correlations.
Suggestion for implementation: prepare the graphs x axis in the day/week/month as you do already now, 2 axis (for the beginning), have the user click from a selection (weight, dietary energy, d
"Configure my analyses graph" (suggested by Manuela on 2020-07-07), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
"overlap graphs" (suggested by Kenny yoshida on 2020-07-07), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Olga Abasova Merged
Add a view of body measurements, vitamins, nutrients and minerals and their quantities in one table, on one screen, and not each in a separate tab. It is very inconvenient to enter each dimension or vitamin separately. It would be great when entering the category vitamins (nutrients, body measurements, minerals) to see the values (for the current day) in the line next to the position. This would greatly speed up and simplify the analysis of the past day. Thank You!
"Body measurements and vitamins on one screen, in one table" (suggested by Olga Abasova on 2021-06-11), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
To make sense of data, it would be important to see 2-3 graphs together. The least is a report with "calorie in" and "calorie out" and "balance" together. Maybe I want to see weight and waist circumference at the same time. Or workouts + weight + waist. Or steps + workouts + calorie out.
Not to mention, that I would like to see extra metrics, for example: "difference from goal" and "difference from base caloric intake" and "balance".
It would be great to see, that by keeping my 1500 kcal/day goal, I'm actually in -500 per day compared to basic calorie intake, and -3500 per week. Also if I work out 5x600 kcal, I'm at -6500 for the week. And even if I have a bad day with +500 instead of the normal, it would be still -5500 for the week.
This would be meaningful and motivating! And you have ALL the data, just let me see it meaningfully, please!
Felix Kern Admin
"See multiple graphs together" (suggested by Susanna on 2022-02-28), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.