What is a burn up chart?
The burn up chart is a line diagram or a plane diagram that shows you how much work has already been finished and how much still needs to be done. Because the presentation includes the changeability of the scope, the burn up chart is recommended for controlling an entire project, for example, a Scrum project. Because, as you know from agile project management: the goals and desires of the stakeholders change over the course of the project and requirements have to be adapted. The burn up chart considers this circumstance. If you only want to oversee individual sprints with fixed scopes, then you can also use the simpler variant, the burn down chart.