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By: Leonel Togniolli
Abstract: A preview of the QC stats application has just been posted. Read on for more information.
A preview of the QC stats application has just been posted here. The goal of this application is to measure, analyze and reward activity on Quality Central by regular users and sysops.
This first preview has four main areas:
This area displays an overall view of Quality Central. Among the metrics shown in this area are the total number of Reports, broken down by Bugs and Feature Requests, as well as users and sysops. The activity in the last week is displayed, and finally the overall distribution of Reports by Status is displayed by a chart detailing Closed Reports by Resolution.
This area provides an interesting view on how reports are split between different projects, and the ratio between statuses for each project. All the bar charts display popup tooltips that helps visualize this distribution. This view can be drilled-down inside each project, its areas and sub areas for a very detailed analysis.
This area measures user activity. The top ten users with the most activity in different categories are displayed, along with the users that entered the highest number of reports in the system, as well as the current status of these reports.
Just like the User Stats page, this area displays information about the sysop-related activity in Quality Central. Sysops are ranked in four different categories and overall activity of sysops handling reports is charted in Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly views.
The About page has information about the tools that were used to build this application.
If you have suggestions or bug reports to make about this beta, you know where to go.
I hope the statistics provided prove to be useful, and your participation in QC helps them become increasingly more positive.
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