Project Metrics can generate several HTML reports of metrics. The reports are automatically placed in the default report directory. Plain text reports create a single HTML file, whereas reports with pictures go into a single MHT file. The report settings in Project Analyzer have no effect on these reports.
The following reports take the data currently displayed by Project Metrics. By selecting the data in the view you get different reports.
This report displays the contents of the grid.
This report displays the contents of the grid, plus a summary including metric names and key statistics. Data+Summary report sample
This report displays all available statistics for the metrics currently viewed. Statistics report sample
This report creates two charts for each metric currently in the view. It's slow when there is a lot of data. Select less data in the view to make the report faster to create.
The Correlation analysis report calculates correlation coefficients and regression equations for the metrics currently displayed. More about correlation analysis
The Project status report provides an executive summary of a project. It is intended for project managers. Project status report sample
This is the Project status report for two projects or two versions of the same project.
This report lists all metrics for which you have defined limits. If you have selected the limits called <Require comments>, for example, it lists commentation metrics and how your project fares. For each metric, it lists the number of problematic cases, the number of total cases and the problem percentage (problematic/total).
Use the Limits report to determine the quality of your program compared to the benchmarks you have set. Limits report sample
This report produces a list of all metrics available. You can use it as a reference. Metrics list
This report produces a sorted list of all metrics available. You can use it as a reference. Metrics list, sorted
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