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How does "Resource curve" work?

Jun 22

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22/06/2016 08:15  RssIcon

 

How does “Resource curve” work?

Let say we have an activity with 100 days duration and 100 labor units. By default it use Linear spread.

It mean, when you reach 5% of duration (5th day in this example) you have 5% of total unit (5 unit in this example). And it spread evenly to that period.

So resource spreadsheet will be like this:

Now if I change to 6 %.

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It mean, when you reach 5% of duration (5th day in this example) you have 6% of total unit (6 unit in this example). And it spread evenly to that period.

So resource spreadsheet will be like this:

Similarly, when you reach 10% of duration (10th day in this example) you have 5% more of total unit (5 unit in this example). And it spread evenly to that period.

So resource spreadsheet will be like this:

And it follow that regulation until the end of curve.

Now you understand how the resource curve work.

Hopefully it will help you to distribute resource unit as your wish:-)

 

 

 

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