Iteration Burn up chart - weekends and holidays

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    Suzie Prince

    Ariel


    Sadly I do not know of a way to remove the weekends. I will add this requirement to our feature requests.


    Thanks Suzie

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    Suzie Prince

    Perhaps, you could try to change the chart to just show every week by changing x-labels-step to 7? Maybe this would give you a better looking trend? Of course, you would lose the day by day detail by doing this. This is the only workaround I could think of. Sorry.

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    Ariel

    Hi Suzie,


    to be honest I don´t like your idea. We are using Mingle as our White Board during our stand ups and what we are doing is to mix the iteration burn up chart with the grid view using and iframe within an wiki page (probably mixing wiki pages with grid views will be another nice feature :-) )


    Something like this:


    p=. {{
      data-series-chart
        conditions: 'Type' = 'Task' AND Iteration = (Current Iteration)
        .
        .
        .
    }}

    <iframe width="1200" height="1024" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" src="http://eg-ecowebdv-a01.ecom.tlrg.com:8080/projects/my_account_ba/cards?view=Task+Status+White+Board+per+Story" />


    I was thinking to use day 1, day 2, day 3 as a workaround (instead of dates) in the burn up chart but it requires lot of manual work I believe...


    Thanks for your answer and for adding this into the backlog. From my point of view if you guys can do something like that there will be no more issues to draw an iteration burn up chart from my point of view.


    Thanks,


    Ariel

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    Matt Deniston

    I whole-heartedly agree with Ariel. We've been frustrated by this ever since we started using Mingle a good 18 months ago; hoping that it would be fixed in the next update.


    Please bump up the priority of this one on your backlog. Thanks!


    Matt

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    Kevin K



    +1 to this one

    I have a Cumulative Flow Diagram, and I want to be able to hide the flat areas that correspond to week ends / holidays.
    See below the script.


    Thanks,
    Kevin




    This is the script for the CFD

    p=. {{
       stack-bar-chart
        cumulative: true
        conditions: Type = 'Story' AND Status != Deleted AND 'Added On' >= (Reporting Start)
        x-label-start: (Reporting Start)
        x-label-end: TODAY
        x-label-step: 1
        x-title: Time
        y-title: # Stories
        show-start-label: false
        data-point-symbol: none
        data-labels: false
        chart-height: 300
        chart-width: 700
        plot-height: 200
        plot-width: 500
        series:
        - label: Development Done
          color: green
          type: area
          data: SELECT 'Development Completed On', COUNT(*) WHERE 'Development Completed On' IS NOT NULL
          combine: overlay-bottom
        - label: Development in progress
          color: red
          type: area
          data: SELECT 'Development Started On', COUNT(*) WHERE Status = 'Development Pipeline'
          combine: overlay-bottom
        - label: Todo
          color: yellow
          type: area
          data: SELECT 'Request Qualified On', COUNT(*) WHERE Status = 'Analysis Buffer'
          combine: overlay-bottom
    }}





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    Patrice Boisieau

    +1

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    Ron

    +1

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    David Wallis

    +1
    Where is this request at development wise?

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