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Repositories Stats

Clustered engineering stats to help you visualize performance from a repository point of view.

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The Repositories Stats feature provides clustered engineering stats to help you visualize performance from a repository point of view.

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You can toggle the Pull Requests Stats view by clicking the Pull Requests Stats button. Click here to learn more about Pull Requests Stats.

Values that are greater than average are displayed in green, while values that are lower than average are displayed in blue.

Click on any metric to display trendlines that help you track its evolution.

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How to use the Repositories Stats feature

You can rearrange the columns by dragging the column header. You can sort any stat by clicking on the column header.

Select the number of rows displayed from the “Show rows” drop-down. Search for a repository with the search box on the right side of the table.

Customize column visibility by selecting/ deselecting stats from the “Column visibility” drop-down list. By default, all the stats are selected.

You can download the table created as an Excel table, PDF document, or even print it right from the Waydev app using the buttons on the upper left side of the table.

The Repositories Stats feature allows users to filter by team, repositories, and date range. You can find the Repositories Stats feature in the Reports submenu.

What are the Commits Stats

Efficiency is the percentage of an engineer’s contributed code that’s productive, which generally involves balancing coding output against the code’s longevity. Efficiency is independent of the amount of code written.The higher the efficiency rate, the longer that code is providing business value. A high churn rate reduces it.

Throughput represents the total amount of code of new, churn, help others and refactored code.

Productive Throughput represents the proportion of code without churn.

Technical Debt is the amount of refactoring code done by the developer.

Commits represents the amount of commits done by the developer.

Low Risk Commits represents the amount of Low Risk commits done by the developer.

Medium Risk Commits represents the amount of Medium Risk commits done by the developer.

High Risk Commits represents the amount of High Risk commits done by the developer.

Days Active represents the number of days when an engineer contributed code to the project.

New Code is the amount of brand new code that does not replace other code.

Refactor Code is the amount of code that updates or edits old code after 21 days.

Churn Code is the amount of code that a developer re-writes in less than 21 days, after their initial written code.

Help Others is the amount of code that a developer modifies in less than 21 days, after a different developer wrote the initial code.

What are Pull Requests Stats

Avg. Time to First Comment is the average time between when a Pull Request is opened and the first time an engineer comments

Avg. Time to First Review is the average time between when a Pull Request is opened and the first time an engineer reviews the pull request

Avg. Time Merge from Create is the average time from a Pull Request creation to it being merged.

Avg. Time Merge from First Commit is the average time from a Pull Request first commit to it being merged.

Avg. Time Merge from First Comment is the average time from a Pull Request first comment to it being merged.

Avg. Time Merge from First Review is the average time from a Pull Request first review to it being merged.

Avg. Time to Issue PR from First Commit is the average time from the first commit to creating a PR.

Merged Without Rebase is the total number of Pull Requests merged without a rebase.

Merged Without Review is the total number of Pull Requests merged without a review.

No. of Reviews Left is the total number of reviews across all Pull Requests.

No. of Comments Left is the total number of comments across all Pull Requests.

Without Comments is the total number of Pull Requests that have no comments.

Without Reviews is the total number of Pull Requests that have no reviews.

No. of Comments is the total number of comments in all Pull Requests.

No. of Reviews is the total number of reviews in all Pull Requests.

Merged is the total number of Merged Pull Requests.

Closed is the total number of Closed Pull Requests.

Open is the total number of Open Pull Requests.

Total is the total number of Pull Requests.

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