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==Project Performance View==
==Description==
 
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| The Schedule Editor is used to create, edit, calculate and delete schedules.
 
|[[Image:Plan_scheduleeditor.png|350px]]
 
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The Schedule Editor has three sub-views the shows the results of the scheduling.
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===Description===
  
The Result sub-view shows the values needed for PERT analysis including early start and -finish, late start and -finish along with different types of float.
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The Project performance view is a project management chart where can be understood the actual situation of the project according to the Earned Value Method.
  
[[Image:Plan_pertresult.png|350px]]  
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[[Image:Plan_project_perf_chart.png|300px|thumb]]
  
The Critical Path sub-view shows the tasks that belongs to the critical path.
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where:
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*BCWS means Budgeted Cost Work Scheduled,
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*BCWP means Budgeted Cost Work Performed, 
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*ACWP means Actual Cost Work Performed.
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All these are considered as effort in hours and costs.  
  
[[Image:Plan_criticalpath.png|350px]]
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PI are the Performance Indexes, where:
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*CPI is the Cost Performance Index,
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*SPI is the Schedule Performance Index.
  
The Scheduling Log sub-view shows a list of messages produced during scheduling.
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{{Plan/Prevnext|prevpage=Schedules Editor|indextext=Contents|nextpage=Task Performance View}}
  
[[Image:Plan_schedulinglog.png|350px]]
 
 
==Toolbar==
 
The toolbar provides the means to create, delete and calculate schedules:
 
{|style="text-align:center"
 
|[[Image:Plan_scheduleeditor_toolbar.png]]
 
|}
 
 
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
 
| style="background:#efefef;" | '''Button'''
 
| style="background:#efefef;" | '''Short cut'''
 
| style="background:#efefef;" | '''Description'''
 
|-
 
| Add Schedule
 
| <keycap>Ctrl+I</keycap>
 
| Button to create a resource group. The new group is appended at the end of the groups.
 
|-
 
| Add Subschedule
 
| <keycap>Ctrl+Shift+I</keycap>
 
| Button to create a sub-schedule. The new schedule is appended as a child to the currently selected schedule.
 
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| Delete || <keycap>Delete</keycap> || Deletes the selected schedule.
 
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| Calculate || || Calculates the selected schedule.
 
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| Baseline ||  || Baselines the selected schedule. Prevents the schedule from being re-calculated or deleted.
 
|}
 
 
 
 
==Editing data==
 
Data can be edited in-line as described [[Plan/Manual/Using the Views|here]].
 
 
The following columns are displayed as default:
 
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0"
 
| style="background:#efefef;" | '''Column'''
 
| style="background:#efefef;" | '''Description'''
 
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| Name
 
|The name of the schedule.
 
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| State
 
| The schedules state. Shows a progress bar during scheduling.
 
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| Direction
 
| The scheduling direction.
 
If direction is Forward, the project is scheduled starting at the projects earliest start time specified in the main project dialog. If direction is Backward, the project is scheduled starting at the projects latest finish time specified in the main project dialog."
 
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| Overbooking
 
| Controls resource overbooking when scheduling.
 
If overbooking is allowed, a resource may be booked (on working days) to work more than it is available. This can happen if the resource is allocated to multiple tasks or are booked on other projects.
 
If overbooking is to be avoided, resources will not be booked more than they are available. On resource conflict, tasks will be delayed until the resource is available.
 
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| Distribution
 
| The distribution to be used during scheduling.
 
If distribution is 'None', the tasks estimate is used as is during scheduling.
 
If distribution is 'PERT', the estimate (E) used is calculated based on the entered optimistic- (O), pessimistic-(P) and most likely (M) estimate. The formula used for this is:
 
 
E = (O + 4 * M + P) / 6.
 
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| Planned Start
 
| The scheduled start time.
 
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| Planned Finish
 
| The scheduled finish time.
 
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| Scheduler
 
| The scheduler used for calculating the project schedule.
 
The default built-in scheduler is the Network Scheduler. Other schedulers presently available is RCPS if libRCPS is installed on your system.
 
RCPS is a genetics based resource constrained project scheduler
 
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==Configuration==
 
 
 
{|
 
| Using the context menu, the view can be configured to split/unsplit the tree view or it can be configured using the configure dialog.
 
The configure dialog enables you to tailor the amount of information the view displays to fit your needs.
 
|[[Image:Plan_scheduleeditor_config.png|350px]]
 
|}
 
 
 
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{|
 
|width="70%"| 
 
|[[Plan/Manual/Project Performance View|Next]]
 
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|width="70%| 
 
|Project Performance View
 
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[[Category:Office]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:06, 1 November 2019

Project Performance View

Description

The Project performance view is a project management chart where can be understood the actual situation of the project according to the Earned Value Method.

Plan project perf chart.png

where:

  • BCWS means Budgeted Cost Work Scheduled,
  • BCWP means Budgeted Cost Work Performed,
  • ACWP means Actual Cost Work Performed.

All these are considered as effort in hours and costs.

PI are the Performance Indexes, where:

  • CPI is the Cost Performance Index,
  • SPI is the Schedule Performance Index.

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