It’s not very often that you might need to look at your entire plan to pick out some sort of pattern. Analyzing our project data is usually not as simple as that.
However, when you’re looking to evaluate the timing of your risk and exposure to outside forces, it becomes important to step back and view the entire project.
In Stephen Few’s book Now You See It: Simple Visualization Techniques for Quantitative Analysis, the chapter on Time-Series Analysis and Heatmaps is very relevant to this specific data visualization in OnePager.
Heatmaps, according to Few, are “any display that uses color to encode quantitative values.” Below is an example of a traditional heatmap.
We’re very excited to announce that we’ve released OnePager v6.1 in Beta to our select beta users, and testing is underway.
photo courtesy: https://www.business2community.com/
Our GA (Generally Available) release date is TBD, but we’ll be working diligently until that point, to find and resolve any issues that pop up during the beta, as delivering quality software to our current and future users is of the utmost important to us.
Sign up on our release page to be informed via email when OnePager 6.1 is formally released!
Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming in 6.1:
- Data-Driven Task Links (Dependencies)
- Upgrades to Task Link Formatting
- Non-Linear Time Axis (Stretch and Hide)
- Floating Time Axis
- Hide or Shade Weekends, Weekdays, and Non-Working Hours
- Custom Date Formats
- New Shapes and Color Palettes
Videos of these features will be posted at a later date.
I had a customer reach out with a question recently, which is prompting this blog post.
The question was: I have a need to display 3 separate options for us to reach a very particular milestone on our initiative.