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==Task performance chart==
 
==Task performance chart==
  
On the task performance chart we can analyze deeply each sub task or task with the same indexes as for the project performance view.
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On the task performance chart, we can analyze deeply each subtask or task with the same indexes as for the project performance view.
This is really useful in long and complicated project
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This is really useful in a long and complicated project
  
On the left window you can choose each single sub task as well as an entire task, than on the right window will appear the corresponding chart.
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On the left window, you can choose every single sub-task as well as an entire task, then on the right window will appear in the corresponding chart.
  
 
[[Image:Plan_tasks_perf_chart.png|300px|thumb]]
 
[[Image:Plan_tasks_perf_chart.png|300px|thumb]]
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*SPI is the Schedule Performance Index.
 
*SPI is the Schedule Performance Index.
  
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{{Plan/Prevnext|prevpage=Project Performance View|indextext=Contents|nextpage=Task Status View}}
 
{{Plan/Prevnext|prevpage=Project Performance View|indextext=Contents|nextpage=Task Status View}}
  
 
[[Category:Office]]
 
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Revision as of 10:30, 1 November 2019

Task performance chart

On the task performance chart, we can analyze deeply each subtask or task with the same indexes as for the project performance view. This is really useful in a long and complicated project

On the left window, you can choose every single sub-task as well as an entire task, then on the right window will appear in the corresponding chart.

Plan tasks 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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