I understand that charts and reports generally work off searchers (code that tells Jira how to index and search a field) and not a field. However, I have a circumstance where I would like to use a range for a pie chart. I am helping teams move to an agile methodology and replace Severity/Priority with Business Value (0-99). As such, I would like my pie chart to display ranges such that it can display x=99 (showstoppers), 99<x<=90 (all critical issues) etc.
I have the same situation, with many differents users and many different kpi .. i doubt any pmo will ever consider a story point ;)
I have write a small searcher that add statistic for numeric value , text value,date .. you could then create dashboard with piechart for your numerical value , 2dimensional filter and more, here is the plugin .
Different tools for different reasons. We are making every team use Business Value when importing their old data into Jira, but not necessarily every team is going to be using Greenhopper (at least not to start). Also when looking at large amounts of data I find the Pie Chart to be far more useful than Greenhopper, which is useful for the current release/iteration. Thanks for the feedback though!
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