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    Modifying the Graph data

    Hello,

    I have created requirements tree in TD with data for each row's columns. If I do not provide data for some columns on generation of graphs, they are represented as <UNKNOWN>.

    Is there a possible way that I can generate the graphs without TD pulling in the <UNKNOWN> Data. Anything in project customization.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Modifying the Graph data

    You could export the data grid to Excel and remove the unknown data. Then you could customize the graphs any way you want. This is how I do it as I find the TD graphs are pretty bland and permit very little customization.
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    Re: Modifying the Graph data

    yep as rich says, i have yet to find a context, where i have kept the out of the box graphs and reporting from TD and have always had to bring the reporting information and metrics out to excel to achieve the sort of graphs and statistics (trend metrics) I want.
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    Re: Modifying the Graph data

    Did any one try to use Mercury "Advanced report" ?

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    Re: Modifying the Graph data

    Rich, Neil,

    Thanks. Yes exporting is indeed an option and I will try that.

    Zahim,

    What is the Advanced report ? Is this a TD feature.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Modifying the Graph data

    It's a feature that is rather expensive. We have not tried it as we don't really seem to need it yet.
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