The center plan line in my version report bends upward by about 5 degrees right at the intersection of the today vertical line. Why is it doing this? It makes the prediction overly optomistic.
I had a similar query, and in my case I worked out that it was due to non-working days. If your version has not been running for very long you might have a different percentage of non-working days in the period before today vs the period after. For example, you might have two weekends in a 12 day period before today.
Does that help?
How is average daily velocity calculated? My assumption is that it would have used the sprint velocity....a little confused. If I close a lot of points (because they were mispointed) in a single day, but it was not part of a sprint, is this included in daily velocity? Very confused?!
I am having the same issue too. I have two active projects in Jira, for which I am using the Version Report. One has a straight prediction line and the other bends on "Today". Both projects have the same non-working days (ie. weekends and the two May Bank Holidays), although they do run over different time periods. I have tried adding non-working days both pre-today and post-today, but nothing seems to change the angle at which the line bends. So I can't see that this is the reason. Can anyone shed any light? (My release predictions are not being taken seriously whilst I cannot explain the lack of a smooth line!)
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