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The large number of artifacts created or modified in a software project and the flood of information exchanged in the process of creating a software product call for tools that aggregate this data to communicate higher-level insights to all stakeholders involved. In many projects -- in software engineering as well as in other domains -- dashboards are used to communicate information that may bring insights on the productivity of project activities and other insights. The goal of dashboards is to transform the raw data contained in an organization’s repositories into consumable information. In software engineering, dashboards are used to provide information related to questions such as “is this project on schedule?”, “what are the current bottlenecks?”, and “what is the progress of other teams?”. In this chapter, we review the different types of dashboards that are commonly used in software engineering and the risks that are associated with their use.
- Software Engineering Dashboards: Types, Risks, and Future
- Chapter 16
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