Sure,

I check the time before putting it on and off, and record in which position it rests. I then can get the rates in the 6 positions and on the wrist.

The bottom two graphs are sorted so you van see the distribution of the rates. The errorbars are made on the time of the measurement, if you measure only an hour the error is pretty big but if you measure 16 hours it's small.

The top two graphs may be a little more familiar as they are more like a timegrapher, the blue dots are "corrected", this means that I calculate the deviation it would have if it was never put to rest. So if resting face up would add 9.11 seconds a day, and it was resint 7 hours, I correct for 9.11*7/24 seconds.

The left middle graph is the same but I do not modulo 40 there so the true deviation is better visible. On the right middle the separate deviations are plotted, with the small dots before correction for the rate, the big dots after.