I like how you all are doing testing. I'm glad someone is putting something together for me seeing something like this is better than nothing.
Have you exhausted yourselves first on the manufacturer of the batteries? Ask them for a Product Data Sheet, Technical Specification, or a Data Sheet? If not then pursue this route first as this work may already be completed.
I do want to point out that testing just one battery isn't an over all picture of how these batteries will work for anyone else. Also if they change anything in the manufacturing process or manufacturer all these numbers will may be incorrect.
I suggest you don't post just random testing charts up... Put this together by battery first all in one simple PDF, explain your process, explain the mfg date if known give as much information as possible. You can search on battery product data sheets that are out there to get an idea of what to do with your tests. But they need to know this isn't a scientific test it has no merit and it is not statistically sound.
however you may wish to look at this as he has already done some 2012 testing. Battery test-review 18650 summary