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Atlassian Analytics is in open beta
Only customers with a Cloud Enterprise plan for Jira Software or Jira Service Management have access to Atlassian Analytics.
If you use asset and configuration management in Jira Service Management and include all of its data in an Atlassian Data Lake connection, you can utilize the starter dashboard that comes with that Data Lake connection.
This dashboard comes with a number of pre-configured charts to help you understand your assets and configuration data. You can report on your objects in your asset and configuration management, their related issues and projects, as well as the time spent on them.
Objects by attribute
The distribution of objects grouped by the selected attribute
You can filter this chart by object schema, asset type, and the “Dropdown” control labeled Attribute.
Objects over time
The total number of objects created of the selected asset types over time
change the interval of time using the “Date bucket” control labeled Date interval type; the default is week
change the aggregation to either Running total or Count by using the “Dropdown” control labeled Object aggregation; the default is running total
You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labeled Current date interval, the “Date bucket” control labeled Date interval type, object schema, and asset type.
Attribute value over time
Shows the numerical attribute values, grouped by date
Change the aggregation to either sum, average, minimum, or maximum by using the “Dropdown” control labeled Aggregation.
You can filter this chart by the “Calendar” control labels Current date interval, the “Date bucket” control labeled Date interval type, object schema, asset type, and numeric attributes.
Compare attributes of an asset type
The number of all objects of one object type, grouped by two attributes
You can filter this chart by object schema, asset type, row attribute, and column attribute.
A catalog of all objects and their attributes
You can filter this chart by object schema, asset type, and the “Dropdown” control labeled Attributes.
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