The number of code commits made to any branch. Based on the date of commit. Breakdown/Filter options include Committer, Repository and any ticket fields you have available (based on the ticket reference linking).

As well as seeing the pure number of commits over time, you can also see a commit distribution by size. This will clearly highlight any large commits, like in the a example below:

Breakdown and Filtering Options

As with all our metrics we have a broad selection of breakdowns and filters to allow you to tailor Commits Count to your various needs.

The first two options below are based on the commit data itself - Committer and Repository. Useful to be able to drill down on where activity is or isn't happening.

The other options, prefixed "Ticket", are pulling in the fields for related tickets that are referenced in those commits. For further detail see Commits without a Ticket Reference.

So where ticket linking is in place you'll be able to gain unique perspectives of commits based on attributes like Issue Type, Epic Link or Fix Version etc.

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