The second table shows what happens if we remove our assumption that the expansion rate is included in the first table. This requires, of course, reducing the radial velocity by 70 kps (it may prove a little less someday) but this is per million parsecs (3.26 million lyrs), so for, say, half that distance, only 35kps would be reduced, thus distance must be part of the calculation.

I used a scatter graph, which doesn't require one to sort by distance before plotting.

I look forward to the likely nicer graph you are considering.

Note that the table has only about 1/2 of the actual number of galaxies in our Local Group, so there may be more data out there that would improve the results.