There's usually a wrong conception on how these "numbers" should be interpreted. For example, your screenshot shows "Screen: 3%". So what does that mean?
- a. the screen ate 3% of your battery, thus reducing it e.g. from 100% to 97%
- b. the screen was responsible for the overall discharging by 3% – in this case, it "ate 1.8% juice"
Hint: it's not a) – so your numbers just account for 6% drain (10% of 60% drain).
Second, not all participants of the party were named – there's a threshold. I'm not sure where exactly that threshold lies, but it's safe to assume that somewhere below 1% of participation, they simply get "uninteresting".
Which still leaves the question open: what was responsible for the remaining 90% of the 60% "battery loss"? To find out about that, you will need a helper to sum up everything. I recommend you taking a look at my list of apps to Identify Battery Consumers. Personally, I'm using BetterBatteryStats – which at least in the "tech scene" (especially on XDA) is "the reference product". Less technical oriented users often hold to GSam Battery Monitor.
Now lets go for your second screenshot. Focus on the bars below the graph:
- Cellular Network Signal: You had pretty strong cell signal – except for several minutes before ~10 am (where you've been out of coverage – red) and after ~10 am (weak signal – yellow). This bar looks fine.
- GPS On: Not a big deal here, just two tiny stripes. If you see big colored areas in this bar, there might be apps flooding your GPS modul with requests, which quickly drains the battery.
- Wi-Fi: Your WiFi was turned on all the time. Unless you've used it all that time – and especially when you could not use it as there were no network/AP you wanted to use), you might consider turning it off when not used. There are WiFi automatics which can take care for that, see e.g. Auto disconnect wifi when out of wifi zone? – otherwise it uses power to permanently check for available hotspots. Not a big issue in your case it seems – as according to the first screenshot, WiFi accounts for only 1% of overall consumption.
- Charging: In all the time, you've never connected a charger. Good to know :)
Ah – you've noticed I've skipped two bars? Yes, and two important ones at that. These two must be seen together: Your device was "awake" more often than your screen was turned on – so some apps get active while you're not actively using your device. That might be OK (and doesn't really look excessive here) – think of background-syncs to check for new mail, updates for your wheather widgets, Spotify streaming music to your ears (no screen-on needed for that), and the like. Though, "big blocks" in the awake-bar with no corresponding part in the screen-on-bar should draw your attention. Using the Spotify-example, you might be able to easily account for them (did you stream music at the time? Oh, OK: then that's it, probably).
Again, you cannot always correlate those with the first screen. For a really thorough analysis, you would need a specific app. And the really good ones when you want to "dig deep" are not coming for free. My first look would go to the paid version of SystemPanel and comparable candidates, which can to good background monitoring (check out the screenshots; you will also notice this app doesn't forget about stuff having participated with 0.2% only). You can give the free version a look if you're curious, it can do most of the stuff as well.