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Re: Bug in stats? - commit-treshold is doubled compared to the actual commits

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 08:56:07 CET

On 2/15/06, Carsten Johnsen <cjo@kirktelecom.com> wrote:

> I'm using the Nightly - TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 5730 - 32 Bit -dev and
> I only just noticed this now, although this bug could have been there
> for a while...
> When I'm viewing the statistics it appears to me that the commit
> treshold, needs to be set to twice the percentage of commits done by an
> author, to move that author to the "others" group.
> What I did:
> Analyzed commits: 1959.
> User1 has committed 377 revisions of those = 19.24%
> Now setting commit threshold to:
> 19%: User1 not moved to "others" group as expected.
> 20%: User1 not moved to "others" groud - this is NOT expected (or is
> it?)
> 38%: User1 not moved to "others" group.
> 39%: User1 moved to "others" group.

If we would move User1 to the "others" group at 20%, then it would
maybe be mathematically correct. But it wouldn't really be useful:

Imagine a project where user1 does 95% of all commits (it's his
project), but the other 5% are done by testers.

You only could change between 0 and 5% so see any changes in the
graph. After 5%, you would only see *one* bar/line. That's not
interesting at all.

So: it's done so that even with 100%, you will see at least two bars
(if there *are* more than one committer). One bar/line isn't
interesting, so why waste a whole 50% of the slider for that?


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