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Reports are important to ensure that a project runs successfully and to identify project risks at an early stage. The following graphic evaluations of the Redmine Reporting Plugin help you with this. We recommend to test the functionality in our online demo.

Chart Guide for Redmine Reporting

Best Redmine Reporting Charts treemaps

Treemaps

Treemap charts are perfect for displaying hierarchical data in a simple and space-saving way. Treemaps are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Project list, Version list, File list, New: Issue list

Best Redmine Reporting Charts bar charts

Bar charts

Vertical and horizontal bar charts for data comparison are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Dashboard blocks of Redmine Home page, Dashboard blocks of Project overview page, Dashboard blocks of HRM overview, History lists for various issue parameters (Status, Priority, Assignee, %Done, Estimated time)

Best Redmine Reporting Charts pie charts

Pie charts

Pie charts are commonly used visualizations to get a general sense of single project segments in projects (e.g. issue related). They are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Dashboard blocks of Redmine Home page, Dashboard blocks of Project overview page

Best Redmine Reporting Charts data tables

Data tables

Data tables are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Project list, Version list, File list, Dashboard blocks of Redmine Home page, Dashboard blocks of Project overview page

Best Redmine Reporting Charts Flowchart

Flowchart

Flowcharts (Mermaid) are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Project list, New: Issue list for issue dependencies, Workflow visualization

Best Redmine Reporting Charts Force Directed

Diagram - Force Directed

A Force Directed Diagram is a clustered graphical structure of the project connections (single nodes) and it is used in the project list of the Reporting Plugin.

Best Redmine Reporting Charts Sankey

Diagram - Sankey

A Sankey Diagram is a type of flow diagram, which is used in the project list of the Reporting Plugin.

Best Redmine Reporting Charts counters

Counter boxes

Counter boxes output the number of custom queries, which are linked behind them. They are used to draw attention to certain metrics and jump to certain areas.Counter boxes are used in various areas of the Reporting Plugin: Dashboard blocks of Redmine Home page, Dashboard blocks of Project overview page

Best Redmine Reporting Charts line graphs

Line graphs

Line graphs show changes over time. They are used for wiki activities in Redmine projects and part of the Reporting Plugin area: Dashboard block of Redmine Home page, Dashboard block of Project overview page

The graphic output is predefined for the individual areas. Usually, most of the information in the graph is linked to the displayed area. Users with the appropriate permission simply add the diagrams to the respective dashboard by selecting the dashboard block.

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