If I miss one day, I use the weight of the prior days and there is a* around the day of the week to show that the measurements were not true. I will simply use the metric for the reasons of the graph from the past day.
Even if I intend to measure myself every day, sometimes for travel or for another purpose I can save a day. Below is a graph of my everyday weights so you can see how they are changing. I like this chart so I can publish it on my scale and maintain track. I like this chart.
I am trying, prior and after the radiation exposure, to explore the thermal stability of a polymer sample. We have noted weight loss after a certain heat point and that it is gaining quickly.
Details of the sample: Coordination paper consisting of the ligand organic (in the appendix, with carboxylates) and Li-Ions. It is compulsory for you to run a blank one and subtract it from each experiment if you need to post your information or if you need elevated precision.