How can I group filter results

I have JIRA issues with different statuses, such as open, closed, in progress, in development, in test, reopened.

I wrote a filter than finds all issues that do not have a status of reopened, as I want to display the information on open and closed issues in a pie chart gadget on a dashboard.

However, I want to display only closed and open (which woudl include statuses of open, in progress, in development, in test) in the pie chart. If I use status to group the items in the pie chart, I get seperate slices for all six status.

Is there a way (either in JQL or through the gadget) to group all the open-type statuses (open, in progress, in development, in test) together in one group called 'open' for use in the chart?

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Try grouping based on resolution. You will see separate slices for different resolutions (Fixed, Won't Fix etc) but you can see all open issues separately. Will that work?

I just tried it and while it is better, it's still not what I am looking for. I really just want to show open and closed.

Thanks for the help. Back to the old drawing board!

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