Brainteaser wrote:but reminds me of the daily increase in petrol/gas prices!
If only they would have a relapse, or become secondary progressive...
Brainteaser wrote:Just for clarification, I don't completely understand the verticle scale, although it seems a measure of improvement
The cheap "computer" on my cross trainer tracks Time, Calories, instantaneous speed and Distance. Originally i was plotting time, distance and colories leaving me with 3 graphs on different scales. To simplify this i worked out a "weighting" system to combine these into a single line.
I drew a line in the sand to extrapolate each of these to one, then averaged the three. So for Calories I choose 30, for time I chose 5minutes and 6seconds (ie 306 seconds) and for distance I chose 0.9. These numbers roughly equate to the readings I had on 12/4/06. By the way, I have the resistance set to the max (which doesnt feel that high at first, but takes its toll after a few minutes)
So for example, on 12/4/06
Calories were 36.2
Time was 5:05 = 5 * 60 + 6 seconds = 306 seconds
Distance was 0.9
and on 9/5/06
Calories were 45.3
Time was 6:25 = 6 * 60 + 25 = 385 seconds
Distance was 1.2
Y (12/4/06) = ( 36.2 / 30 + (5 * 60 + 6) / 306 + 0.9 / 0.9 ) / 3 = (1.21 + 1 + 1) / 3 = 1.07
Y (9/5/06) = ( 45.3 /30 + (6 * 60 + 25) / 306 + 1.2 / .9 ) /3 = (1.51 + 1.26 + 1.33) / 3 = 1.37
Does this make it clearer?
Brainteaser wrote:The horizontal axis is clearly time/dates, and therefore it seems as if you experienced significant improvement between 8/4 and 13/4 during the 5 day flagyl pulse but then dropped back. Is this correct?
I have to admit, the verticle lines are not that accurate. They are drawn on, and once I added a new data point, the horizontal scale moved while the verticle lines stayed were they were, so I quickly pushed them back.
I have worked out a way to get the flagyl pulses "plotted" on the graph so they will be accurate markers of the start and stop of a pulse, and have updated the image.
Make sure you refresh the page, to ensure you get the updated image in the previous post.
Gilenya, 80mg Lipitor, Inosine, Minocycline, Suppliments galore.
3 CCSVI treatments, no major noteable benefits thus far.