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Gantt Chart



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Enter information to draw a gantt chart. Format is as follows:

task|[label,]fromdate-todate(|[label,]fromdate-todate)...
.
.

Each task can have more than one event, with it's own label. If you just want a standard gantt, your data can simply look like this:

task|fromdate-todate

Here's a sample that you can cut 'n paste into the window to try:

Task1|Event1,3/3/2005-3/5/2005|Event2,3/10/2005-3/20/2005
Task2|Event3,3/8/2005-3/12/2005
Task3|3/20/2005-4/1/2005

The following configuration parameters are available. They can be entered ahead of your data in the form: name=value

one per line.

  • width: Overall width of the graphic in pixels.
  • height: Overall height of the grapic in pixels, or 'adjust' to vary based on the number of tasks.
  • margin: 10
  • days: 'yes' if you want dates displayed at the top.
  • daylines: 'yes' if you want dashed lines outlining each day.
  • weekends: 'yes' if you want weekends shaded.
  • vertspace: 10
  • taskspace: 100
  • taskthickness: thickness of the task line in pixels
  • backgroundcolor: 'lightblue'
  • fontdefaultcolor: 'black'
  • taskfromdates: 'yes'
  • tasktodates: 'yes'
  • taskcolor: 'red'