View linear projects from XER, XML and XLS schedules through Time Chainage / Time-Location diagrams.
ScheduleReader's Linear Scheduling View displays a complete overview of linear scheduled projects from .xer, .xml and .xls project files created with a linear scheduling software such as the Primavera® P6®.
The new Linear Scheduling View was implemented in the recent version release 7.0 of the ScheduleReader software.
The View features:
The time-location / chainage chart or diagram presents a graphical representation of a schedule alongside time and distance axis.
These charts are specific for projects with repetitive activities, referred to as linear projects in the construction industry. They are commonly used in the Civil Engineering, Construction & Engineering, and Power Engineering industries. Project examples include:
The time-chainage diagram or chart is also known and commonly referred to as:
View your liner projects schedules created using the linear scheduling method through time location charts in a single page graphical overview.
Eliminate the need to learn and use different linear scheduling software. ScheduleReaderTM visualizes all project data exported from Primavera® P6®.
Allow your entire team a clear view and insights of the current project status through visually understandable Time chainage charts and diagrams.
Viewing Linear Projects is made simple with ScheduleReader! Folow these two steps and view your linear project in a Time-location diagram.
Open ScheduleReaderTM and import your XER / XML or XLS project schedule file, with the linear planned project.
Navigate to the Lienar Scheduling View and view your project in a Time-location diagram / Time Chainage Chart.
Note: In order to view the project plans in a Time-Location diagram, the project file should contain three essential user-defined fields (UDF), which the project scheduler must specify upon the creation of the project plan using the linear scheduling software. The following parameters need to be assigned: Start and End point of the Activities and Activity shape.
To read a textual explanation of the process visit our help articles available through the website and inside the application.
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