This graph plots six parameters from a mouse – Plasmodium chabaudi infection over the course of 25 days. The graph starts at the cylinder and proceeds counter clockwise. The parameters are (from outside in) NK cells, parasites, granulocytes, B cells, RBCs lost, and finally reticuloctes.
I opened the graph up by plotting each parameter as a noodle rather than a solid. I think this lets us compare the parameters better. The pendant measures 52 mm across and the noodles are 1.2 mm thick. I wasn’t sure how strong this would be when printed in raw bronze but is seems plenty strong to serve as a beltbuckle and is lighter than the steel buckle and will cost less to print.