I have a blog in which I examine, in annoying detail, my attempts to change my life. A big part of that is another try at changing my diet, going to the gym, losing weight, etc, and a key aspect of all of it, for me, is the accountability that comes from sharing the info with other people.
I would very much like to include a weight loss graph on the page, but I'm having trouble finding one that really fits my requirements. I currently have a 'ticker' which shows 9lbs down, 210lbs to go sort of information, but that's not really what I want.
Here's what I do want, with some semblance of priority:
-- Shows recent weigh-ins as points on a graph, rather than just a description of overall weight loss / gain.
-- It not be a one time thing, but automatically updates as I weigh in on the originating site.
Very nice to haves:
-- Also includes a "hacker's diet"-esque weighted average curve.
-- The graph be appropriately formatted (narrow, vertical) to fit the sidebar of my blog.
-- It be free or very inexpensive.
-- It allows people to select more than one view of the data (ie, shows last 30 days of weigh ins by default, but clicking through to the host site, people can see weigh ins since I started, or weigh ins for the past week, or similar)
Sorta nice to haves:
-- Customizable colours so I can make it look purty on my site.
-- Customizable defaults so I can decide if I want it to show 30, 7, 365, etc days in the default view.
For those familiar with it, the Joe's Goals
goal tracker, it has all my must-haves and all but one of my very-nice-to-haves. It's not a weight tracker (though I've thought up an interesting way to bastardize it into become one should I not find anything else that meets my needs) so I'd like something that's oriented to what I really want.
I don't need calorie/nutrition tracking, as I have that covered, but if the tool you suggest is part of a larger calorie/nutrition tracking site, that's fine as long as I can use just the weight chart part.