New Infoscope Release
Infoscope Enterprise Edition Version 18 is now available! Discover the new main features below.
Enhancement of the “Software Analytics” model by aggregating two new artefact types: test results and tickets (bug reports, change requests…).
As an example, ticket information is analysed to define the following new KPI such as Completion Rate, Innovation Rate and Maturity Index.
Project management views, such as a Scrum Board, have been integrated to give the managers and project leaders an overview of their projects.
Test results now appear in an artefacts tree and produce new insights and indicators such as “Test Effectiveness”. New displays give an overview of the test results. For instance, testers can benefit from the “Test Gap Analysis” chart.
A new dashboard editor offers a graphical interface to simply and quickly create and customize dashboards tailored to different roles and objectives. From now on, it is possible to edit graphics from your current project data. Many options available: background colour, charts size as well as Drag and Drop.
Figure 1 Ticket overview with Scrumboard at the bottom
Advanced Filtering functionalities
Advanced filtering functionalities allow you to exclude some artefacts from your analyses and charts depending on their type, rating or trend, with a dynamically update of your dashboard.
A “filter” icon appears on top of each graph where filters have been enabled. More than managing filters (save, modify, delete), you can create your own by adding new criteria based on indicator, measurement data or information. For instance, it is possible to consider big artefacts only with Line Count > 1000 lines of code. The display type offers many variations for an improved UX.
Creation of instant highlights directly from the GUI
Create tables of artefacts directly from your filters settings and select your relevant information: textual information, metrics, indicators etc.
Colourise your table cells according to their ratings for an interpretation at a glance.
Export your highlights tables in csv format.
Dynamic Control Flow Graph
You can now access to your source code with a simple click on the Control Flow Graph chart, which are linked.
Figure 2 Control Flow Graph is now interactive