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Get number of issues with status by date

I would like to be able to query a date range of a project,
and get the number of issues per status,
for each date in this date range.

Example, let's say i have these issues:

+-------+-------------------+-------------------+-------------------+
| Issue | Status 01.01.2019 | Status 01.02.2019 | Status 01.03.2019 |
+-------+-------------------+-------------------+-------------------+
| JP-1     | open                    | resolved               | done                    |
| JP-2     | open                    | open                    | open                    |
| JP-3     | resolved               | done                    | done                    |
| JP-4     | open                    | resolved               | resolved               |
| JP-5     | done                    | done                    | done                     |
+-------+-------------------+-------------------+-------------------+

 

ideally i would get something like:

+------------+------+----------+------+
| Date           | open  | resolved | done |
+------------+------+----------+------+
| 01.01.2019 | 3        | 1             | 1        |
| 01.02.2019 | 1        | 2             | 2        |
| 01.03.2019 | 1        | 1             | 3        |
+------------+------+----------+------+

 

Is there a way to achieve this?

 

Thank you and sorry for the clunky tables :)

1 answer

Hi Alen,

Have you consider to use the Cumulative Flow Diagram instead?

 

Regards

i like it, but how would i get the raw data out of it?

So you must go for eazyBI instead see:
History of Unresolved Issue Statuses  Chart

Try to press different Tabs:

  • Table
  • Bar
  • Line

To see different representations of the data. You can also press the 'Export Data' button to export the contento to CSV, Excel or PDF file formats.

 

Regards

Like Mārtiņš Vanags likes this

thank you, unfortunately not an option

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