Gantt chart

The chart is ready for external method calls.


By setting only the innerGridTrack , the chart will calculate a darker color for the innerGridDarkTrack , but by setting only the innerGridDarkTrack , the innerGridTrack will use its default color and will not calculate a lighter color.

The chart accepts further method calls only after the ready event is fired. Returns an array of the selected chart entities. Selectable entities are bars, legend entries and categories. For this chart, only one entity can be selected at any given moment. Selects the specified chart entities. Cancels any previous selection. For this chart, only one entity can be selected at a time. Fired when the user clicks inside the chart. Can be used to identify when the title, data elements, legend entries, axes, gridlines, or labels are clicked.

The chart is ready for external method calls. If you want to interact with the chart, and call methods after you draw it, you should set up a listener for this event before you call the draw method, and call them only after the event was fired. Fired when the user clicks a visual entity.

To learn what has been selected, call getSelection. Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3. For details, see our Site Policies. Last updated April 25, Overview A Gantt chart is a type of chart that illustrates the breakdown of a project into its component tasks.

A simple example [This section requires a browser that supports JavaScript and iframes. Throws error if inconsistent.

Present Present Null Computes duration from start and end times. Present Null Present Computes end time. Present Null Null Throws error as unable to compute duration or end time. Null Present Present Computes start time. Null Null Present Computes start time based on dependencies. In conjunction with defaultStartDate , enables chart to be drawn using only durations.

Null Present Null Throws error as unable to calculate start time or duration. Null Null Null Throws error as unable to calculate start time, end time, or duration. For other uses, see Gantt disambiguation. Note 1 the critical path is in red, 2 the slack is the black lines connected to non-critical activities, 3 since Saturday and Sunday are not work days and are thus excluded from the schedule, some bars on the Gantt chart are longer if they cut through a weekend.

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