[Force sensor resistance(FSR) sensor] characteristic curve clarification

Hello all,
I am using Interlink electronics FSR sensors for my project which varies resistance when force is applied, while going through datasheet i came across the characteristic curve of the sensor which is as follows ;
So my question is that , Force (g) on x axis is Newton ? or only weight in gram which can be converted into force using F =ma formula ?
Your help in this regard will be highly appreciated.
Regards,
Saad Abbas

I'd say grams, but did you try to see what results you get?

@gohan said in [Force sensor resistance(FSR) sensor] characteristic curve clarification:
but did you try to see what results you get
I actually applied the load of 5kg on the sensor then got resistance as output.
But i am just confused with this chart at xaxis whether it is weight which can be converted into force using F = ma or it is Force ?

I would agree the graph shows resistance vs. grams. It looks your 5kg mass should read about .5 ohms. So if you want force (or wieght) multiply 5 x 9.81. The nice thing about this is f=ma is a linear function so you can make a similar graph for resisitance vs. force.
The force value appears to be logarithmic compared to the resistance read this is where the heavy math is, reporting force or mass is a matter of constants. Hopefully the data sheet gives the formula.

@wallyllama Thankyou for your reply. Actually only voltage conversion formula is given in the data sheet , here is the following link for the data sheet :
https://www.interlinkelectronics.com/datasheets/Datasheet_FSR.pdf
But i again thankyou for your time that you clarified my confusion .