Welcome to the metrics wiki! All metrics in this catalog are described in a catalog format which was first introduced in this proposal. Since this introduction, we have been working on setting up the basic structure of the wiki and adding descriptions of metrics. The following shows a selection of software metrics and agile monitoring metrics that have already been added. Please feel free to add more software metrics as you see fit. If you want to use the format in a scientific publication this latex template might be of use.
Our goal is to collect and categorize all Software Metrics to provide you with a one-place stop to:
- Find software metrics you can use in your project
- Identify common solutions to problems you find with software metrics
- Get to know new software metrics
Agile Monitoring Metrics
Most of the metrics in the Agile Monitoring model are based on data from the Product Backlog (PB) that is often used in agile software development projects. This is done to ensure practical feasibility and broad applicability. Each metric offers a certain angle of insight into the status of the project. The relations between the metrics are an important aspect of the monitoring model, because when analyzed simultaneously, the metrics offer more complete overview of the project.