By request, here's the right side of the chart. When I went back to do this section, I realized that I had misread the color key for the previous chart, which I fixed. (note: these changes involve primarily the Johannine letters, so it has no bearing on the focus of my argument - Hebrews).
The main thing to be gleaned from this one is the fact that Hermas' canonicity is undisputed by Irenaeus. Also noteworthy (it surprised me) is just how many canonical books even Eusebius disputed.
Once again - the legend:
Accepted as canonical.
Author accepts, others dispute.
Authoritative but not canonical.