Just updated my records. The one thing that is clear is the overall downward trend for every metric.
|Date||Day of Week||Lyft Rides||Lyft Earnings||Lyft Tips||Lyft Time||Lyft Miles||Uber Rides||Uber Earnings||Uber Tips||Uber Bonus||Uber Time||Uber Miles||Logged Time||Tax Deduc Miles||Total Rides||Uber Total||Lyft Bonus||Lyft Total||Uber Rev/Hr||Lyft Rev/Hr||Rev Miles||Avg Mi/Ride||Uber $/Rev-Mi||Lyft $/Rev-Mi||Avg $ / Rev-Mile||Uber $/Tot-Mile||Lyft $/Tot-Mi||Uber Avg $/Ride||Lyft Avg $/Ride||Total Tips||Total Revenue||Tip %||Wear & Tear||Est. Gas||Total Expenses||IRS Mileage||Rev - Exp||Fed Est. Tax 22%||NY State Est. Tax 6.33%||Net Earnings||Net Earnings/Hr||Rides / Tot Hr||Rev / Tot Hr||% Rev Miles||$ / Tot-Mile||Avg $ / Ride||Days||$/Day|
Probably logged it all manually and then just charted it himself. Believe it or not there's guys that just like numbers. There's a guy who is fairly well known in Sabres Twitter circles that I've had a few lengthy conversations with. The AHL doesn't track stats like shots that are a necessary component to many of the advanced stats used in the NHL. This guy, for fun, manually tracked stats through multiple Amerks games so he could get a rough idea of what the possession metrics of a few different Sabres prospects looked like at the AHL level. Totally your idea of fun right?How do you get this data? Last I knew, they removed the ability to export your data from the uber website. My understanding is that if you have a company where you employ other drivers, you can request access to some of the raw data.
I have about 5k rides at this point, so manually copying the data from the website is not feasible. I would be interested in learning in a programmatic way at getting the data.
Okay....now add the following to your chart......taxes, gas, oil change, supplies, at least one car repair. It should put you at a net LOSS. Uber ThAnXz you!