It's always a touchy subject correlating to competitors, and whilst we aren't able to provide comparison charts against competitor pads I can enlighten you on some of our own graphs and findings through tests.
The mu number gives you some idea of the overall stopping power and the temp data gives you an idea of how it will act through a brake zone or when altering cooling to achieve a certain running temp, but there are a lot of intangibles in brake pads. Anyone can make a high mu pad. The hit, modulation & release are all very important and difficult to quantify. What works well for one car or person may not work for another.