A series of the stacked bar chart showing the capacity over time.

Calculation Logic for Capacity

Cards exiting the selected region of the value chain within the Temporal Range selected form the basis of capacity analysis. We begin with the set of cards that exit the region. This set is filtered based on the filter selections. Then it is grouped by the Time unit specified in the filter setting. Each time unit group (bar) is further sub-grouped by the attribute specified in the Color by filter. Finally, these groups are rendered on a time-axis where each bar represents the number of cards entering the selected region in that time period and the colors represent different types of cards as per color by selection. A card may exit the selected region of the value chain in as follows:

  1. Forward: Card moves across the selected value-chain region boundary to region on the right (or is archived).
  2. Back: Card moves across the selected value-chain region boundary to region on the left or to backlog (not shown on in the value chain).
  3. Deleted: Card is deleted, discarded or aborted. That is, the card is removed from the selected value-chain region.
  4. Other: Card is moved from the value-chain being analyzed to some other value-chain not presently being analyzed.

Capacity Histogram

The x-axis represents the capacity, i.e., the number of cards exiting the selected region of the value-stream per time unit, and y-axis represents the number of time units for a given unit time capacity.

Capacity Distribution

Pie chart showing the breakdown of all cards exiting the selected region of the value stream by the Color by attribute of the card for the time interval selected in the Temporal Range Filter.

Calculation logic for the Capacity Distribution

Cards leaving the selected region of the value chain in the time range selected using Temporal Range filter form the basis for capacity analysis. These cards are filtered based on the filter criteria. The filtered set is then grouped by the Color by attribute and shown as segments of the pie chart. The total number of cards is shown in the center of the pie.

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