As suggested by Ritu in bug 1260420 comment 22, it would be useful to have different graphs for the different featured versions in the crash-stats home page (given that Nightly/Aurora have far higher crash reports than other versions). I'm not sure what's the best option (one graph per version vs one graph for Nightly/Aurora and one for Beta/Release).
One simple solution could be to use the featured versions under the graph as tool to enable/disable certain versions. Kinda like this graph http://www.blevesearch.com/bleve-bench/query-term-low.html (click the various checkboxes underneath)
So it's already possible to only show a chosen set of versions in the home page, by using the `version` parameter in the URL. For example: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/home/product/Firefox?version=52.0a1&version=51.0a2 I'm not suggesting this is a good solution, just mentioning that it exists. :)
What Adrian said :) However, we could easily implement something like this: https://air-dev.allizom.org/crash-stats-home-page/ It's just manipulation of the already loaded data. Makes it easier to see the shape of the curve when you remove the spikes that make all other lines look flat. I can wrap that up if you think it's useful.
Looks good to me, but I'll let the actual reporter of the bug reply :)
(In reply to Peter Bengtsson [:peterbe] from comment #3) > What Adrian said :) > > However, we could easily implement something like this: > https://air-dev.allizom.org/crash-stats-home-page/ > It's just manipulation of the already loaded data. Makes it easier to see > the shape of the curve when you remove the spikes that make all other lines > look flat. > > I can wrap that up if you think it's useful. I like the checkbox idea from comment 1 better than the slightly un-intuitive solution of removing trends for versions by clicking on them in the bottom part of the main page as shown in the airmo video. Thanks!