Table for Epic Completition (with percentuals)

Hi there!

My company is doing a trial of eazyBI and we are very excited with the custom dashboads

I’m trying to build this table here:


It is a little advanced for a newbee like me. May anyone help me to understand (in a stepwise approach…) how to implement it?

Thanks a lot!!!

Best Julio

Hi @JulioOliveira

I would suggest creating a stacked bar chart where the % calculation of epic stories in different statuses is an out-of-the-box solution, as well as it allows displaying both, the number of issues and the percentage together.

Create a report with Epic Link dimension Epics in the report rows.
Select measure "Issues created" and Status dimension Status categories in the columns.
Add, in Pages, Issue type = Story, if you went to include only stories in the report.

Switch to the Bar chart, use options Stacked and Percentage, and display Data labels for numerical and percentage values:

You may use Value instead of “Percentage”, if you emphasize the number of issues in the epic rather than the relative progress of the epic. Below is the same report with changed display option:

Otherwise, if you prefer to see the values in the table, you may want to create a new calculated measure (in Measures) to calculate the % of issues in each status and the % of issues “In Progress” category for total issues count per epic:

--condition to avoid dividing by zero
case when ([Measures].[Issues created], [Status].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember)>0
  [Status].CurrentHierarchyMember is [Status].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember
 -- for the All Status categories, % of issues in "In Progress"  is caluated
   ([Measures].[Issues created], [Status.Category].[In Progress])
   ([Measures].[Issues created], [Status].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember)
--for any selected status /category the % in this status/categroy is calculated
 [Measures].[Issues created]
 ([Measures].[Issues created], [Status].CurrentHierarchy.DefaultMember)

Add this measure together with “Issues created” in the table columns. Below is the same report (data) as in the reports above.



Hi Ilze!

Thank you a lot… It worked perfectly!! :dizzy:


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