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I am using JavaNCSS for calculating metrices for my project. It gives various figures like Average Object NCSS, Average Object Functions, Average Object Javadoc Comments, Average Object Inner Classes, Average Function NCSS, Average Function CCN, Average Function JVDC etc.
But how do i use these metrices. Are there any standards with which i can compare my metrices to see if our code is complying with those standars or not and what are the discrepancies.
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Aren't there any simple figues. Such as my metrics shows

Average Object Javadoc Comments:      6.67

Is it possible to know whether 6.67 avg javadoc comments sufficient or not.
 Or is the whole process very complicated ?
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>> Or is the whole process very complicated ?
After some googling and browsing, I'm afraid it is.
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