Thank you for the link. However, I meant a graph that shows the ideal EI levels over several weeks of dosing. A generic graph in other words.
When you figure say your NO3 dose look at graph at bottom. The max is 30ppm, once you start going above that high range end you may start having nutrient toxicity problems. Test your water for nitrate and phosphate at beginning of week say 1hr after 1st dose, hit your targets then at end of week measure both those to see accumulation. If your levels are at least staying flatlined across week or slightly going up your fine. If your levels have dropped your not dosing enough or your not dosing often enough.
Build your solutions to EI ratios, find amount to dose that keeps up in your tank but alway keep macro and micro dosing proportions inline, if your N or P are falling behind you can be pretty sure other micros are also falling behind. If you increase your macro by 10% per week, do exact same for your micro dosing. Then once you got that semi-zeroed in stick with it for a few weeks and observe for signs of say K, Ca, Mg or Iron deficiency. If see what you think are signs of any those being deficient correct. Might be as simple as adding a tiny bit of Equilibrium to your change water, it will add in K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn. Might only need to add some Epsom salt (Mg Sulfate) tank/change water.
Thing about that accumulation calc is it gives what “should” be your accumulation of any given element across whatever timeframe you put in. But that doesn’t doesn’t guarantee you anything. Choice/type of plants, planting density, circulation patterns, light/CO2 levels and consistency, even cleaning/maintenance effect what you need to do.
Many people underestimate importance of what doing proper change water prep, sucking up waste, maybe using a turkey baster to blast stuff up, cleaning filter pads and doing a light/constant pruning routine does for your tank to help your tank run smoothly. Managing DOC/waste is equally as important as getting over obsessed with light/CO2 and nutrient levels.