Use this widget in order to render charts based off of the JQL widget.
A simple name you want to provide to the chart.
This is where you specify the JQL widget you want to use to populate the chart.
Currently we support the following charts:
With more to come in future releases!
The column we want to use to represent the values in the X-Axis
Select 1 or more series. Each series will represent a graph within the chart. The columns defined in here should typically be columns defined via Aggregations or any numerical column.
If we use the table output from the JQL Example and wanted to generate a bar chart
with X-Axis set to
Project with 3 series:
- Total Issues
- Total Points
- Average Points Per Issue
We would see this graph:
For pie charts, only the first series is applied.
If there's multiple values with the same X-Axis label in a series, the default behaviour is to do a
sum across the rows.
Here is what would happen if we specify the X-Axis to be
Project and only have 1 series set to
However if we choose to add a
Slice By of
Assignee we get this instead:
Slice By is incredibly useful for automatically generating multiple graphs across your JQL data without duplicating work.