Left/Right Y-Charts - Higher Points, Lower Value - Lower Points, Higher Value???
I'm looking at a chart that I created. The left Y-axis is Fat, the right Y-axis is net carbs. I'm looking at the chart and thinking, O.K. the higher dot on a particular day means that you consumed MORE of the nutrient than is represented in the lower dot for the same day. No! It's just the reverse! That's just dumb. The whole idea is to give a visual representation of consumption of one nutrient versus the other. On what planet does a higher point on a chart represent a lower value than a point lower on the same chart???