I'd like to be able to see on Cronometer a graph or chart of macronutrient (fat/carbohydrate/protein) consumption over the past 1-2 months.
You can graph macronutrients in the Trends tab! We have an option to see your calories consumed broken down to show where they are coming from. Hover over a date in the graph to see how many calories of each you have consumed:
You can select a date range of 4 weeks, 8 weeks, among other options, or customize your own.
You can also see a chart of a single nutrient. Select a macro from the drop-down list of options and you can chart the grams consumed each day:
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I don't want an averaged trend line, I want the actual macronutrient number graphed, unaveraged. Can I do that?
You can remove the trend line from the graph, if you like and only see the daily total graphed for each day. Point your mouse at a point on the graph to see the value plotted there.
You can remove the trend line from the graph menu in the top right corner.
Apologies if I misunderstood - let me know if you are looking for something else on the graphs.
On the Diary page, in the left panel, is a Calorie Intake chart and a Weight Change chart. Below the Weight Change chart is blank space. I'd like to put the Trend Chart on the left side, too. Does that capability exist, to put additional charts in the left panel?
Not at this time. We love the idea of adding more customization around your diary page though!