I plot my weight in Microsoft Excel. It's not too hard. I put the date in one column on a spreadsheet, and the weight in the next column of the spreadsheet, and then I do an x-y chart with date on x and weight on y. If you choose the one where it connects the dots, then you get a spiky line graph.
Ok, in my case it's spiky. It should be flat straight down!
ok On fitday it was more a BMI graph right? The life clinic one is exactly what I was looking for. I did think of excel, but wasn;t sure how to put the date in the first column so it would know its a date. But now that you said it works Kitty, I'll have to try it afain.
Thanks so much for all your help.
Dates in Excel: If you highlight a column and go to the Format menu at the top and choose "cells", you can pick how it deals with the number, and one of the options is "date". I use that, and scatter plot x-y with connecting lines, and it works just fine!
If you're a dork like me, you can do a linear fit and extrapolate to make predictions of how long it will take you to reach a certain weight based on how fast you've been losing so far!
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