This portlet shows a burn-up graph for the selected sprint.
You need to select a project and sprint in the drop-down lists before you can see the graph!
Note: A sprint needs a Start date and an End date to be able to generate a Burn-up graph.
The graph is calculated using the Estimated time, Remaining time and actual time logged on the issues in the sprint. The total scope is set by the total estimated time of the sprint. An ideal burn-up is shown as a slanted line from 0% of estimated time at the start to 100% at the end. The progress is calculated by the changes in remaining time on the issues, and on the amount of time reported in work logs.
Three lines are shown:
- Ideal time - this blue line goes from 0% at the start to 100% at the end.
- Worked time - this red line shows the number of worked hours on the sprint, as read on the left axis. This is time reported on work logs. The goal is presumably to reach the total estimated hours before the deadline (The sprint end date).
- Percent complete - this green line shows the degree of completeness in percent, as read on the right axis. This is calculated from the remaining time values.
Note: As you can manually change actual and remaining times separately on issues, the graphs need not be identical.
Note: changing the scope by adding, removing issues from the sprint or changing values of estimated/remaining time, can change the look of the graph, as the graph is recalculated using the new values for total estimated time, and actual/remaining times.