I'm in the same boat -- I'd love a similar chart. I started one a few weeks ago (meaning I only have ~15 entries) based on the foods I took on a recent overnight trip. I've just added a page to my gearlist spreadsheet that is for food, and I'm tracking calorie density and serving size of various readily available foods, however, I would be THRILLED if I could just pull in an existing spreadsheet of data to save me the time and trouble of looking up and calculating caloric density for the dozens/hundreds of items that might potentially go with me on the trail.
I think Mike Clelland recommends a minimum of 100 cal/oz in his books, and I find that much easier to achieve than Skurka's 130... at 100cal/oz density, you can find a lot of foods off the shelf that meet that criteria, and you can throw in some lower caloric density foods and balance them out with some crazy high-density foods to still hit 100+ cal/oz. With that 130 number, you can't get close without scrutinizing every single piece of food that goes in the pack, and I know there are some foods I just enjoy on the trail that will never meet that threshold.