How is the top of the vertical axis calculated in the GH version report?

What determines the maximum number of points that are displayed on the vertical axis of the Greenhopper version report?

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Ahmad Danial Atlassian Team Apr 29, 2013

Hey there, Callies.

Not too certain but from what I can see, the left handside shows the estimation used (Story Points, Original Time Estimate, etc.) and on the right handside, it shows the percentage of it. In my case, I set my board to use Story Points. The maximum number on the Y-Axis is determined by the maximum Story Point that I have for the Sprint, I believe in my case.

Warm regards,


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