What do burn up charts show in the iteration progress?
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Moreover, what is the advantage of Burn Up chart over the burn down chart?
Burn down and burn up charts are two types of charts that project managers use to track and communicate the progress of their projects. A burn down chart shows how much work is remaining to be done in the project, whereas a burn up shows how much work has been completed, and the total amount of work.
Furthermore, what is the difference between Scrum and Kanban? Basically, Kanban can be applied to visualize and improve the flow of work, regardless of the methodology being used to do the work. Scrum is an iterative, incremental work method that provides a highly prescriptive way in which work gets completed. Scrum teams have defined processes, roles, ceremonies and artifacts.
Also asked, what does a release burndown chart show?
A release burndown chart provides an overview of the release progress by plotting the remaining workload, often referred to as the remaining effort in Scrum, at the end of every sprint against the ideal workload (or effort). The sprints are plotted on the x-axis, and the remaining effort - on the y-axis.
What is burn up chart?
A Burn Up Chart is a tool used to track how much work has been completed, and show the total amount of work for a project or iteration. It's used by multiple software engineering methods but these charts are particularly popular in Agile and Scrum software project management.