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Ratio Reporting

I am interested in running some issue ratio reports in JIRA.

For example:

For a release, I would like a report that would show me per user/assignee the ratio of Issue Types: New Feature & Improvement to Test Build Bug Ratio
Assignee/ Developer1 –  New Feature(45) + Improvements (113) / Test Build Bug (72) = ratio (2.19)

Is this possible?

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Jul 29, 2020


Welcome to the community!

There are too many dimensions involved in the question to be answered inside of Jira's native reporting. However, there are a number of options for pulling that into more sophisticated reporting tools.

If your example numbers are representative of scale, I think you could get by with spreadsheet integration apps. For Cloud, Atlassian has built and maintains Apps for the most popular SaaS spreadsheets:

If the scale is much larger, you might look at some of the more enterprise-scale reporting options like Tableau, EazyBI, and Power BI.

Hope that helps.


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Aug 18, 2020

Hi Brian,

I was going to suggest Tableau or EazyBI myself, as @ian did, but if you need an OOB solution those figures appear to be able to be calculated through JQL.  From there they can be exported to a Confluence table through use of using Display total numbers only, and get a report in that manner.  or export them to CSV and use Excel to calculate. 

Just a thought as I am unfamiliar with your current environment et al...



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