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raynac
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Charting an hourly schedule

Hi all,

I am wondering if any of you know if there's a way to chart start and end times in a chart.

My company owner wants to see who was logged in at specified times during the day and who was unavailable.

So I am looking to chart the below (please forgive the hastily drawn lines...Excel is really not my forte and this seemed like the most expedient way to show what I was looking for.)

QlikQuestion.JPG

So this shows Operator 1 logged in from 9:30 to 12:30; Operator 2 logged in from 11 to 2 and then 3 to 6; Operator 3 logged in from 1:15(ish) to 5 or so.

If I have a record with the operator name, start time and end time...can this be done?

Thanks for any guidance!

Rayna

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santho_ak
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If you are looking for Gantt Chart, currently Qliksense Extension is the only option: Gantt Chart Qliksense Extension.

Try the trial version if that is helpful for your need.

trdandamudi
Master II
Master II

I created a sample chart and hope this helps to take it forward. Please see the attachment:

Time-Slots.PNG

raynac
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Thank you for replying!  I did a search using the term Gantt (that was a missing piece of the puzzle!) and found it is currently doable in Qlikview after all, apparently.  Or I am hoping it will be once i work on it.

https://community.qlik.com/t5/QlikView-Documents/How-to-create-a-Gantt-chart-using-a-Pivot-table/ta-...

 

raynac
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Thank you so much for your efforts on my behalf!  I do appreciate it. 

Unfortunately, unlike say, a work schedule in a shop, the logins and logouts can be mere minutes apart and going by the hour won't likely work.  And I was needing something a bit more graphical.

I am now hoping to solve my problem using a Gantt chart per this article:

https://community.qlik.com/t5/QlikView-Documents/How-to-create-a-Gantt-chart-using-a-Pivot-table/ta-...

Brett_Bleess
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I believe you may need to use the IntervalMatch function as  well to get things into buckets, so I would check that, maybe that is the piece you need in order to be able to get things into the chart at that point.  

IntervalMatch Extended version

There is a link on that page to normal function as well, just FYI.

The other thing that may be helpful is:

Recipe for a Gantt Chart

Not sure if the other post was referring to the Design Blog I just gave you or not, apologies if it was.  Hopefully this may help you a bit more.

Regards,
Brett

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raynac
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Hi Brett!  Fancy meeting you here 😉

That Gantt recipe looks like what I am looking for, but I am going to check both links out.  As always, thank you so much for your expert help!