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Graph feed and sleep times

Visually graph feed and sleep durations on a pie graph/clock to enable quick viewing of that day, overlay of that week/month to track patters.

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      • AbAb commented  · 

        Agree - tracking trends more graphically would be useful.

      • HillaryHillary commented  · 

        I agree. Would appreciate seeing a line graph of sleeping patterns over time in order to have a quick visual to determine a possible schedule for our little one.

      • KimKim commented  · 

        I like the overall totals, at least per day (helpful when the pediatrition asks), however I agree that there could be a lot of helpful charts based on data collected. An export option would be helpful (better than me trying to re-enter data elsewhere), but if more charts could be included in the app, that would be amazing. Similar to other comments, something to chart volume/duration during the day would be helpful (for example, how much or how long did he eat at different time periods of the day to make it easy to anticipate his appetite). Thanks!

      • Anna S.Anna S. commented  · 

        Agreed some better metrics would be helpful. For example, I requested an export because we are trying to evaluate baby's schedule and want to see when/how long she has been averaging her activities. I plan to chart it myself so I can see over the past week when and how long she's been napping and eating each day so I can see if she's making her own schedule and build off of that. Would be great if that were incorporated here. Thanks!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        At the moment the stats are not that useful. A timeline or graphs of averages to look at patterns is the best. Total overall numbers doesn't say much.

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