The rest of the data set’s battery vs time can be seen in the same place as the raw data itself. I’ll clear this up a bit as to why my graphs are smoother then yours for the battery data, I’m using the raw battery data in column two, it is in the form of 3,000,000 as 100% and 0 as 0% so to get the raw percentage I divided it by 30000. I also used the Unix time stamp in row three to find the relative time since the start of each set. In set three you can see when I got your request Implemented at 8 minutes in to the boot. Data set four was all active time as it was when I was working on @amosbatto 's request.
Edit: as for the rapid drop in the middle of of set number 3, I’m fairly sure that was me rebooting the phone. The active periods are never that steep. You can see active periods in the sets as flat parts in the first set and, as slight dips in the rest. Set four is the best example of an active period due to the fact I was engaged in running the screen, the wifi, bluetooth for a keyboard, and running fairly intensive programs all at the same time. At no point have I had the baceband on for longer then a few second, and I keep the microphone and camera always off as well.