What can I view in this graph and how can I best use it?
The 'total weight per week' graph provides information about the (un)photographed weight, your guests and the baseline. In this graph, you can easily view your progress in reducing food waste. The graph is displayed as follows:
Food waste: the total amount of food waste photographed in the indicated week.
Unphotographed: the total weight that has not been photographed in the kitchen. Do you want to know more about unphotographed weight and how you can reduce it? Then read this article.
Cutting waste: All peels, leftovers, and unavoidable waste. More about cutting waste in this article.
Number of guests: A view of the total number of guests per week. You can enter the number of guests per day on the 'guests' page in your dashboard.
Baseline: This line remains unchanged and indicates how much waste was thrown away in the kitchen when you started using Orbisk. Do you want to know more about the baseline and how it is calculated? Read this article.
Does this icon appear in the first or last week? Then you have not selected a whole week in the time filter. Therefore, the total number of kilograms you are looking at is not complete because some days are missing in the selection.
How to use the Graph
You can use the chart to compare different (consecutive) weeks. This way you can see the progress of your food waste and compare busy and quiet periods. When will you have more waste? Based on the graph, you can identify trends and brainstorm to reduce food waste.
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