The output is shown as a function of time, but the quantitative values of voltage, current, and energy are not given. This might be useful for students.
The voltage graph changes as the initial potential is changed, giving an approximate way to determine voltage. The magnitude of the current graph (the height of the first maximum) is unchanged as the resistance is changed. This is not explained.
When displaying the energy bar graph, showing the oscillation of the energy from electric to magentic, the energy lost in the resistor is labelled as "Internal Energy" rather than energy dissipated.
The author does not indicate specifically that the graph of the potential is the potential across the capacitor.