Well if the data is relatively similar, then in the screenshot you provided, Hop 1 (your router) is having packet loss which may (or may not) be affecting your end destination. That would point to your own router having some sort of issue that is affecting your online experience. Generally, it may not be different but the goal is to find a pattern through PingPlotter so you can work towards a solution or have an understanding of a particular pattern.
This is why I recommend having multiple data samples from different targets because if you see a pattern emerge then you know where to start looking for potential fixes. If you're seeing the same pattern, then I would recommend trying some basic troubleshooting methods on your own router.
There are a good number of guides out there for basic troubleshooting methods for routers.
I've linked our own guide on this for you: https://www.pingplotter.com/node/2531
If you want to share other target data you're more than welcome to post here or to our support page (firstname.lastname@example.org).