I hope you dont mind but I added thumbnail images to your post to save others needing to download.
To sum up on the running compression you are at about 800 rpm and the peak pressure is 80psi
On the cranking compression you are about 230 rpm and the peak pressure is 200psi
My first suggestion would be to try a snap throttle test as shown on page 1 of this case study topic8016.html
When you do running compression at idle the throttle will be nearly closed so restricting the amount of air that can be sucked in. You can see on the running compression that you have about -10psi vacuum prior to compression, it suggests the cylinder had less air to compress.
On the cranking compression you may have manually opened the throttle (or the ECU does this during cranking) as there is no vacuum this time. As such the cylinder had more air in before compression started.
In summary all looks normal here, but you do need to think about the throttle opening when looking at cylinder pressure waveforms.