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As-built Time-Chainage Chart

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Abdulrahman Saadi
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Dear all,

I need urgent help to draft a chart demonstrating type of work (with diferrent color) over the chainage of the road (x axis), and time (y axis). 

Basis data is construction log that contains in columns those information: Date, from chainage, to chainage and type of work.

The chart should look like Horizontal lines with different colors on different levels in accordance with the date axis.

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Santosh Bhat
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Dave,

Just to update this, a recent release of Turbo-Chart now lets charts be drawn with tasks defined down to hours and minutes accuracy when displaying days as the timescale units.

Please be in touch if you need any assistance.

Zoltan Palffy
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why not use excel ?

Dave Duncan
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In Turbo Chart, Can you reduce the time scale down to Hours/Minutes?

Santosh Bhat
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Here's a sneak peak of what Turbo-Chart was able to produce, in a matter of minutes withthe As-Build data prepared in the Construction Log.

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As-Built Time Chainage Chart

Santosh Bhat
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Abdulrahman, do you mean to compare as-built vs planned? That can be easily done. Please contact me offline, perhaps with a sample of your data and I'll demonstrate it. Regards Santosh.
Abdulrahman Saadi
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Thanks Santosh, 

This is nice software, but unfortunately I need something different, because its produce chart in simple schematic way for planned main subjects. 

And I need chart for as built data which would be more detailed (as example: in the needed chart, we could have many repetative (overlaps) activities on the same chainages but would be in different levels in chart according to the time (y axis) that they had been executed.

Santosh Bhat
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Abdulrahman,

Bit biased in my response here but...

Use Turbo-Chart, it'll do it very quickly for you.