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Re: Statistics problems

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-12-29 14:41:40 CET

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>>Simon Large wrote:
>>>What I meant to say was that it doesn't really make the graph any
>>>easier to read. The by-author graph can be quite confusing with the
>>>crossing lines, but the standard by-author graph has simple columns
>>>anyway. In
>>Crossing lines? The by-author graph shows you bars for each
>>author, no
>>lines at all. Am I missing something here??
> I think Simon was referring to the commits by week&author graph, where the
> lines will cross if they are not stacked. When I suggested to implement the
> stacked mode there, I also suggested to fill the area between the lines with
> the author's colour. Here's a "stacked area" example created with a paint
> program. For further improvement I'd suggest to drop the dots at the data
> points when the areas are filled.

I haven't downloaded the fixed version yet, so I can't see the "by week"
view properly. But here is another alternative: Make the stacked "by
week" view a bargraph instead of a graph with points and lines.

> I'd also make "stacked" mode the default in the "by week" view and "non
> stacked" the default in the "by author" view and drop the "stacked" option
> on both pages.

+1. So for "by week" view it is always stacked and for "by author" view
it is never stacked.


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