I'm pretty decent with excel, but I'm running into a problem that is stumping me right now.
I am trying to determine bug fix rates for my team. I've got two sets of data, Set A= count of bugs opened per day, Set B= count of bugs closed per day
I want a chart showing for a given day, the number of bugs opened and closed for a given team member.
I'm trying to use a Pivot table, but the problem is that unless I manually group the dates, I don't see the counts correctly. Right now, I can easily see the breakdown for either open or close, but not both for the same day.
I've got the sets laid out side by side (columns A-C is set A, columns D-F is set B). The pivot table reads across the entire row, so if I select a date from Set A, then it will only count Set B if it is on the same row, but it ignores the date in set B. If I try and filter by set B, it shows the date in Set B, but still counts it for the date on set A.
I guess what I'm trying to do is align the number of bugs opened and closed for a given date, and then break it out by team member. I can do it in two pivot tables, but then how do I chart it on the same graph?