Eazybi story points Burnup S Curve for Maturity

Harry Layton March 18, 2024

Hiya,

I would like to do something like the following graph in Eazybi using fields from Jira. Does anyone know if its possible? Currently running in Excel and updating manually.

See table for the Raw data its using which are all field in Jira some of which are custom.

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Any help on how to get started on some examples would be greatly appreciated. 

Cant seem to find many examples where the forecast line is not straight and in fact uses the forecast dates inputted to show how far under or above the baseline you are.

Thanks

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Harry Layton May 3, 2024

So we have managed the following picture using story points for maturity in Eazybi

If you would like more detail please on the calculated measures do ask.

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Danut M _StonikByte_
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March 18, 2024

Hi @Harry Layton,

This looks like a burnup chart with forecast by Maturity field.

Such a chart can be easily generated in Jira by using the Release Burndown Burnup Chart gadget offered by our Great Gadgets app. It supports calculation not only by Story Points, issue count, etc but also by any numerical custom fields.

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If the Maturity is a custom field in Jira (you can add it and set it via Automation), you could then easily generate the chart by configuring the gadget to use the Maturity custom field instead of Story Points.

This app has a 1-moth free trial, so you could give it a try. If you need any assistance with the configuration, please contact support@stonikbyte.com.

Hope this helps.

Danut  

 

Harry Layton March 19, 2024

Thanks Daunt, will look into this but unfortunately the company I work for is quite restrictive on Jira add-ons. 

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Roberts Čāčus
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March 18, 2024

Hi @Harry Layton

Please see an example of the S curve on the eazyBI community page - https://community.eazybi.com/t/need-to-plot-s-curve-for-project-prediction/11349.

Best,

Roberts // support@eazybi.com

Harry Layton March 18, 2024

Thanks @Roberts Čāčus 

I have seen this already, It's not quite the thing I am looking for. The project prediction is not calculated using the Due dates and Forecast dates for each Issue. It just a straight line from start to finish.

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I was referring to the calculated measure formula for the S-curve -https://community.eazybi.com/t/need-to-plot-s-curve-for-project-prediction/11349/2.

You can specify the Project start and predicted dates as new calculated measures.

Best,
Roberts // support@eazybi.com

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