BodyBook provides graphing capabilities to visualize your results. Exercise or category ratios show you how even your workouts are by displaying counts of exercises performed in a pie-chart:
Up to six exercises or categories will be displayed per screen. If more than six exercises or categories have records, a "More" button shows you the remaining ratios.
As of version 1.2, you may choose which categories to chart in the Category Ratios chart. Touch the 'i' button on the title bar to see a complete list of categories. You may un-check any categories you don't wish to be a part of the chart, and then touch "Done". The graph will be updated to only include the checked categories.
You may also create a custom graph to track any exercise you like. The Custom Graphs section allows you to set up line or bar graphs of any field of any exercise.
To create a new graph, touch the "Custom Graphs" field and then the "Edit" button. Then touch the "New Graph" field to create a new graph:
The Edit Graph page will be displayed. Choose a name and an optional description for you graph. Then, for each item you would like to graph, select either "Line" or "Bar" for the graph type, choose an exercise, and choose which field of the exercise you would like to track.
You may choose up to four exercise / tracking combinations. The same exercise may be entered in different fields to allow you to track different components of the exercise (e.g. weight and reps).
When you have finished creating the graph, be sure to touch the blue "Save" button in the upper-right corner of the screen to save your graph.
From the Custom Graphs page, select the graph you wish to view (while not in Edit mode!) to see the graph:
This particular graph was set up to track Ab Crunch Reps as a bar and Ab Crunch Weight as a line.
Note that the graph is scrollable- flick the graph left or right to view earlier or later portions of the graph.
Sometimes graph items overlap. Touching the grey square below the graph will enable or disable that portion of the graph so you can see underneath.
If you are tracking an exercise that has set tracking enabled, the totals for all sets in a particular session are added together in the graph.