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    Nogie
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    Hello All,
    I am new to this forum and your help needed…
    I am currently working on a project using MSP 2016 and one of my schedule is non-resource loaded and cost loaded.
    In my monthly reporting I am expected to report S curve of actual progress against planned progress strictly with duration. The activities are strictly executed in days by an offshore rig (with a 24 hrs operation) and need help or advice on how to show planned days vs. actual days during execution phase in MSP 2016 or in excel. Is this possible? Any Ideas will be highly appreciated

    I have tried but realised the curve I created monthly does not tally with real situation of the projects.
    Please, any ideas or any other metrics to draw a proper progress S curve in the absence of cost and man-hours will be appreciated.
    I am open to suggestions and welcome all ideas please.
    Nogie

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    John OwenJohn Owen
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    I would assign a dummy resource to all tasks at 100%. Then you can draw your s-curves based on that dummy resource. Call the resource something like ‘Days’.

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