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how to display Planned Vs Baseline curves w.r.t time?

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Kashif Khan
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Hi All,

Can anyone help me by telling how to create Planned Vs Baseline curves using P6 or in any excel sheet. I have been asked by my manager to develop the weekly progress report showing these curves w.r.t time.

thanks in anticipation,

Kashif

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Zoltan Palffy
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1st you wil need to assign resources to the baseline schedule

next copy the baseline schedule and use the copy to do your updating 

then you can compare the baseline vs the current

zahid shaikh
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Hope this helps

 

 

https://youtu.be/cocNGNW9nOY

Kashif Khan
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Thanx i will try to do this and if i feel any difficulty then i will get back to you.

best regards,

kk

mudasir dijoo
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Hi Kashif

Planned and Baseline is same, you might be trying to compare %progress timewise planned/baseline vs actual

you can do one thing,

1)     Define a resource nonlabor type (i.e. Dur ) keep price/unit as 0 and default unit/time and max unit/time as 1 

so for any activity budgeted units is same as duration (i.e. 1* duration = duration).
2)     Select all activity by pressing Ctrl+A (highlight all) Resource from the menu.
3)     Select the new created resource (i.e. Dur ) and double click. (These will assign resource to all highlighted activities)

4) now go to reports Activity Resource and Role Assignments  , see monthly/weekly and cummulative budgeted units for this resource (Dur), now u can plot these weekly/monthly values in excel to get the  S-curve for planned duration complete.

5) once u update the schedule same way u can get the actual budgeted units for resource (Dur), and plot this against the planned curve.

this is just to compare duration complete planned vs actual   
 

regards

Mudasir

Kashif Khan
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the %age progress, manhour, cost

Raymund de Laza
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Hi,

Baseline = Planned... what you will compare?