These graphs shows the number of created issues per distribution - source, status, issue type, priority, owner, company etc..
These three graphs are related:
- Issue distribution
- Issue distribution over time, Trend chart
- Issue distribution over time, Bar chart
All the charts have drop down lists for "Distribution", Project and Time interval.
The term "Distribution" is a general way of showing the number of issues for a couple of different fields (Actual names may be different in your projects):
- Status - The status of an issue. The set of statuses can be different for each project.
- Issue type - The type of an issue (Issue/Task, Feature request, Bug, Support issue, etc.) Different projects can use different issue types.
- Severity - The Severity field on an issue.
- Priority - The Priority field on an issue.
- Source (This is the default) - From where an issue was created (Normal(inside VisionFlow), Email, Support center, Phone, Simple Form, Web services)
- Owner - The user currently set as the owner of the issue according to the work flow etc.
- Developer - This can be named Assignee/etc. It represent the user doing the main work on the issue.
- Reporter - The user that reported/created the issue.
- Company - The Company field set on the issue.
Issue distribution: This pie chart shows the number of issues per Source/Sstatus/Issue type/et.c..
The label shows both the actual value and the percentage of the total (rounded to nearest whole percent).
Issue distribution over time, Trend chart: This line graph shows the number of issues per Source/Sstatus/Issue type/et.c.. over time. This is shown as a line where each change point represent a day when the number changed. Each colored line represents a source/type/status/priority/et.c..
Issue distribution over time, Bar chart: This bar chart shows the number of issues per Source/Sstatus/Issue type/et.c for each day/week/month in the selected time interval. For each interval, multiple bars can be shown, one for each source/type/status/priority/et.c..
Note: When selecting a period of weeks, the labels below the bars will be numbered something like 13-2009, 14-2009.. This is the week number!