This is only the first revision. Right now it comes up "empty" and you choose the camera model(s) you want to compare. Feedback is welcome. These revision are a "work in progress".
There is also new data covering the DX Crop Mode of the FX bodies. This data is relevant because Image Quality (IQ) is reduced when you use DX Crop Mode and print at your usual FX size. This data is indicated by the DX after the camera model in the chart legend.
The good news is that the "penalty" for using DX Crop Mode is less than the usual quick calculation would predict.
Start geek alert This is not intuitive and even caught me by surprise but there is a good sound reason for it. The situation is analogous to the trade-off between raising ISO and "pushing" digitally. Usually raising ISO produces less additional noise but for some cameras, above a certain ISO, it becomes break-even. There is a similar relationship for cropping. Usually letting the camera perform the crop produces less noise than cropping later in post processing. I'm preparing an article on the subject and will post a link when it is available on my site. End geek alert