Frequency of issues resolved by week - EazyBI

Andrea Mendez
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June 25, 2019

Hi!

I'm trying to make a new chart using eazyBI like the following:
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Where X is the number of issues resolved during a week, and Y is the number of weeks in which this number of issues has been resolved.

For example in the chart we can see that in 2 different weeks we have only resolved 1 issue, in two different weeks we have only resolved 5 issues, and in 4 weeks we have resolved 6 issues. This could translated as in:

Week 1 : 1 issue resolved
Week 2 : 5 Issues resolved
Week 3: 1 Issue resolved
Week 4: 6 Issues resolved
Week 5: 6 Issues resolved
Week 6 : 5 Issues resolved
Week 7: 6 Issues resolved
Week 8: 6 Issues resolved

I haven't found the way to do this with eazyBI, has anyone done this? or anything similar?

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Fabian Lim
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October 16, 2021

Hi Andrea,

Measures: select issues resolved

Rows: select the time dimensions and use the weekly hierarchy

Example: https://docs.eazybi.com/eazybi/learn-more/learn-eazybi-through-sample-reports/samples-jira-issues/created-vs-resolved-issues-over-time

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Sir Mārtiņš Vanags
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October 17, 2021

Hi @Andrea Mendez 

Perhaps you are looking for a report to find weeks where the most issues were resolved.

On top of what Fabian already recommended maybe I can suggest another idea - MonteCarlo chart with Resolution interval dimension where you could customize the intervals.

See a discussion here: https://community.eazybi.com/t/montecarlo-chart/4996

 

Martins / eazyBI

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