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A script to aggregate 10000ft.com (10K) statistics based on time entries matching a ticket pattern

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10kticketstat

A script to aggregate 10000ft.com (10K) statistics based on time entries matching a ticket pattern

Prerequisites

  1. Node.js
  2. A 10000ft.com API key

Installation

npm install --global 10kticketstat

Usage

For usage details, run 10kticketstat without arguments:

% 10kticketstat

usage: 10kticketstat projectId outputPath apiKey
       [--api-url] [--start-iso-date] [--end-iso-date] [--ticket-pattern]

To mitigate excessive downloads, --start-iso-date defaults to one year prior to the moment the script is run.

The projectId is the id for any project or phase of a project. When you navigate to Projects > [Project] > Worklist > [Phase] in the web interface, the URL should look like this:

https://app.10000ft.com/projects/1401981/worklist/phase/1401987

In this case, 1401981 is the project and 1401987 is the phase. Note that any hours logged to the phase will not be included in the results for the project as a whole. It’s up to you to aggregate that data if you need data across multiple phases.

Here’s an example with arguments:

% 10kticketstat 1401987 ~/Desktop $TENK_API_KEY

Downloaded data chunk #1 from 10K.
Downloaded data chunk #2 from 10K.
Downloaded data chunk #3 from 10K.
Downloaded data chunk #4 from 10K.
Downloaded data chunk #5 from 10K.
Downloaded data chunk #6 from 10K.
Download complete.
Done. Analysis saved to: /Users/adamshaylor/Desktop/10kticketstat.csv

I had previously stored the API key as an environment variable $TENK_API_KEY. You can substitute the actual raw key if you prefer. The output should look something like this:

'test'

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Score

Popularity2/100
Quality47/100
Maintenance30/100