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Start a new analysis

You can analyze the source code in two ways: 

  1. With the Kiuwan Local Analyzer (which you download and install on your computer).
  2. Or with the Kiuwan Cloud Analyzer

Looking at the analysis log

  1. Log into
  2. Select Code Analysis and Summary from the menu.
  3. Select on the left menu the correct application.
  4. Select from the drop-down menu which analysis you want to view.

  5. Select Log from the hamburger menu.

  6. In the new window, you can see in the Status field if the analysis was successful or not.
    1. If it failed, you will see an error code. Read more here at Analysis Error Code Reference.

All view

  1. Select All from the hamburger menu 

  2. In the new window, you can see the complete list of the analyses that were run on the selected application. 

  3. To change application, click on the arrow on the left. 

By default, the list is sorted by date, but we can change this sorting criterion by clicking on the column header we want: label, lines of code, risk index, quality indicator or effort to target.

If we click on a specific analysis, a dashboard will be displayed, showing us useful data, such as:

  • The number of files in that application.
  • The lines of code that application has.
  • The values of the quality main indicators: 
  • Effort to target
  • Quality indicator
  • The position of that application in the ranking, depending on its quality value.
  • The distance to the top, measured in quality.
  • The date of the last analysis run.
  • The quality model used in that last analysis.
  • The value of the complexity by function.
  • The number of defects found and the number of the ones muted, if any.
  • The duplicated code ratio.
  • The graphing of the quality main indicators mentioned above.
  • The graphing of the distribution in languages of the lines of code.

Removing an analysis

If we want to remove an analysis, select Remove from the hamburger menu. 



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